# How do you find the x intercepts for #f(x)= x^2/(x+2)^2#?

x-intercept is a point on the graph where

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To find the x-intercepts of the function f(x) = x^2/(x+2)^2, we set f(x) equal to zero and solve for x.

Setting f(x) = 0, we have x^2/(x+2)^2 = 0.

Since the numerator x^2 can never be zero, the only way for the fraction to be zero is if the denominator (x+2)^2 is zero.

Solving (x+2)^2 = 0, we find x = -2.

Therefore, the x-intercept of the function f(x) = x^2/(x+2)^2 is x = -2.

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