A) 0-2 x-intercepts and 0-1 y-intercept
B) 0-2 x-intercepts and 1 y-intercept
C) 2 x-intercepts and 1 y-intercept
D) 1-2 x-intercepts and 0-1 y-intercept
I think the answer is D.
nope. Think of y=x^2+1
Is it C?
No. consider y = (x-1)^2
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