Students will learn how to find the intercepts of a function from its graph. Students will see two types of problems. For the first type of problem, students are given the graph of some function, possibly non-linear, and asked for its intercepts, which students will determine graphically. Here's a lesson. For the second type of problem, students are given both the graph and equation of a line in standard form. Students will identify the requested intercept graphically, then check the intercept using the equation. Here's a lesson, and here's practice, for the second type of problem. Conclude by giving your students this challenge. You'll find a solution on that page, but I prefer the solution found here.