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Which statements are true about the x-intercepts of quadratic functions?
An x-intercept of a quadratic function is also called a zero of the function.
All quadratic functions have exactly one x-intercept.
An x-intercept is located at the point on the function where the value of x is 0.
If x= a is an x-intercept of a quadratic function, then (x + a) is a factor of the functi
A quadratic function can have up to two x-intercepts.