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X – intercept is the point where the curve intersects the x – axis.

Y – intercept is the point where the curve intersects the y – axis.

The straight line intersects both the axes at two distinct points. The curve of the function intersects the x – axis at x = - 2.

So the x – intercept of the given function is the point (- 2, 0).

At y = 4, the line intersects the y – axis . Thus the y – intercept of the given function is (0, 4).

Hence the intercepts of the given function are (-2,0) and (0,4).

The line intersects the y – axis at -6. Thus the point of intersection of the curve and the y – axis is (0, -6).

The curve intersects the x – axis at x = - 2. Therefore the point of intersection of the x – axis and the curve is (- 2, 0)

Hence the intercepts of the given function are (-2, 0 ) and (0, -6).