#### The curve with equation y = x^2 + 6x + 11, showing clearly any intersections with the coordinate axes.

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Krishna

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Step 1: Solve two equations(linear equations in two variables) to find the coordinate (x or y) at the point of intersection

NOTE: If line intersecting the y-axis then put x = 0 in the equation or

If line intersecting the x-axis then put y = 0 in the equation.

Step 2: Substitute the coordinator (calculated in step 1) in the either of the equations to find the another coordinate. (x or y)

NOTE: The y-coordinate can be found by placing the x-coordinate, into either of the equations for the lines and solving for y vise versa.

Step 3: You now have the x-coordinate and y-coordinate for the point of intersection.

NOTE: As a check for your work plug the x-coordinate into the other equation and you should get the same y-coordinate.