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The diagrams shows the graph of y = x^2 + x - 12. (I'll draw the diagram later) a) the graph cuts the y-axis at K (0, k) write down the value of k. b) the graph cuts the x-axis at L (l, 0) and M (m, 0) find the value of (i) l, (ii) m.

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