Posted by **kerri** on Wednesday, September 16, 2009 at 10:07pm.

4. a)how many different x-interceps could the graph of a quadratic function have? explain.

it can have more than one because a parabola is a curved line on a graph in which case it touches two or more different points on the x-axis

b)how many different y-intercepts could it have? 1 or else it wouldn't be a quadratic function

c)Is it possible for the graph of a quadratic function to have equal x- and y-intercepts? Explain

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