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Intercepts
Intercepts are the corresponding coordinates of the intersections of a geometric figure with a coordinate axis. For example, in the xy-plane, the x-intercepts of a line or a curve are the x-coordinates of its intersections with the x-axis. Wolfram|Alpha can compute the specified intercepts of a geometric figure in 2D and higher dimensions and can also return all possible intercepts if no axis is specified.

Intercepts

Ask for intercepts through either mathematical or common-language descriptions.

Locate the intercepts of a line or curve in the plane:

Locate the intercepts of a plane or surface:

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