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10-127.

Solve algebraically to find all points where the graphs of $y=x^2−3x+2$ and $y=2x+8$ intersect.

Use the Equal Values Method. Note that since you have an $x^2$-term, you should be looking for two answers.

Substitute your answers, one at a time, back into one of the equations, and solve for the corresponding $y$-coordinates.

$(−1,6)$ and $(6,20)$