Posted by **john** on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 6:31pm.

x and y intercept

y=2x^3√9-x^2

I know x=(a,0), y(0,b)but from here solving x i get 2x^4-6x^3, 2x^3(x-3), then what and solving for y i get (0,0)

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