# What are the #y# and #x# intercept(s) of #y=2x^2-4#?

##### 3 Answers

We can set alternately

#### Explanation:

To find the y-intercept set

Sothe coordinates of the y-intercept will be:

To find the x-intercept(s) set

Rearranging:

We have two intercepts of coordinates:

Graphically we can "see" them:

graph{2x^2-4 [-8.625, 11.375, -6.64, 3.36]}

y-intercept:

x-intercepts:

#### Explanation:

The y-intercept is the value of

The x-intercepts are the values of

#### Explanation:

The

Where:

The

Where:

These can be seen on the graph of

graph{2x^2-4 [-6.1, 6.384, -5.12, 1.126]}