You got the x part of the vertex correct. To find the y coordinate, plug x=1 back in. What's g(1)?

You find the x-intercept by setting g(x)=0 and solving. Can you solve it? What happens when you use the quadratic formula to find the x-intercepts. Also, you may notice that the coefficient on the is positive, which means the parabola opens upwards, and the vertex is above the x-axis (4 is a positive number). Since the vertex is the lowest point of the parabola and it only goes up from there, it can never cross the x-axis.