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Point of Intersection

Concept

Point of Intersection

A point of intersection occurs when two or more graphs cross each other at exactly one point in a coordinate system. An example of this is the origin, where the and axes cross each other.

In a system of equations, the point or points of intersection represent the solution(s) to the system.

A point must satisfy all of the given functions to be a point of intersection.