Posted by **Alex** on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 7:32pm.

Your calculator gives an answer of x=1.1578074156, y=2E-13 when using ROOT or ZERO in the graphing mode. Give the coordinates of the x-intercept your calculator has given you to the nearest thousandth. <<< ? I have no idea how to solve these. Someone please explain this! Thanks!

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