The value of X when the line or curve intersects or crosses the x axis. [Go to source
A x-Intercept of an equation is a point where the graph touches the x-Axis.
the coordinate at which a graph intersects the x-axis.
where the graph intersects the x-axis; the value of is 0, a point of the form
The x-coordinate of the point where the line crosses the x-axis
The point where a graph intersects the x-axis.
The distance from the origin to the point at which a curve cuts the x-axis (horizontal axis).
a point on the x-axis (a,0).
For linear or semi-log graphs, the value of the abscissa (horizontal) coordinate of a graph when the ordinate (vertical) is zero. For log-log graphs, the value of the abscissa when the ordinate equals 1. It has the units of the abscissa. See slope, Intercept, Y-intercept.