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y=1/4(x+4)(x-4) find the x and y intercepts.

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  1. I think this is somewhat how you do it.

    FOIL:
    (X+4)(X-4) =x^2-4x+4x-16
    that simplified is = x^2-16
    etc.
    but idk if i am remotely close

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