How would you describe the relationship between the real zeros and x-intercepts of the function mc033-1. Jpg? when you set the function equal to zero, the solution is x = 6; therefore, the graph has an x-intercept at x = 6. When you substitute x = 0 into the function there is no solution; therefore, the graph will not have any x-intercepts. Since there is an asymptote at x = 2, the graph will not have an x-intercept; therefore, the function will have no real zeros. When you set the function equal to zero, the solution is x = 3; therefore, the graph has an x-intercept at x = 3.