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How do i figure out the x-intercepts of a relation?

example: The x-intercepts of the relation y= - 1/2(4x-6)(x-3)


thank you!
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the x-intercept of a line is the point at which the line crosses the x axis.

y(x)=0

[input]- 1/2(4x-6)(x-3) = 0[/input]
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