# Intersect Command

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- Intersect[Line g, Line h]
- Yields the intersection point of lines
*g*and*h*. - Intersect[Line, Conic]
- Yields all intersection points of the line and conic section (max. 2).
- Intersect[Line, Conic, Number n]
- Yields the
*n*^{th}intersection point of the line and the conic section. - Intersect[Conic c1, Conic c2]
- Yields all intersection points of conic sections
*c1*and*c2*(max. 4). - Intersect[Conic c1, Conic c2, Number n]
- Yields the
*n*^{th}intersection point of conic sections*c1*and*c2*. - Intersect[Polynomial f1, Polynomial f2]
- Yields all intersection points of polynomials
*f1*and*f2*. - Intersect[Polynomial f1, Polynomial f2, Number n]
- Yields the
*n*^{th}intersection point of polynomials*f1*and*f2*. - Intersect[Polynomial, Line]
- Yields all intersection points of the polynomial and the line.
- Intersect[Polynomial, Line, Number n]
- Yields the
*n*^{th}intersection point of the polynomial and the line. - Intersect[Function f, Function g, Point A]
- Calculates the intersection point of functions
*f*and*g*by using Newton's method with initial point*A*. - Intersect[Function, Line, Point A]
- Calculates the intersection point of the function and the line by using Newton's method with initial point
*A*. - Intersect[Function f, Function g, left-x, right-x]
- Calculates the intersection points for the two functions in the given interval.

**Note:**Also see tool Intersect Two Objects.