April 14, 2024


When functions intersect the x and y-values are equal, so at the point of intersection f (x) = g(x).

To find the intersection point(s) of two functions.

f(x) = (½)x − 2 and g(x) = − x2 + 4. Find the coordinates where f(x) = g(x).


In this case the intersection points are (−1.68, 1.19) and (2.41, −1.81).
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