anonymous
  • anonymous
I am suppose to find an equation of a line through two points, sounds easy but...after trying to find the slope of (-3,7) and (-3,-8), I come out with no slope. I am not sure how to find an equation without a slope? I use slope-intercept form always but in this case it is just making me somewhat confused.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
they have same x value but different y value , it is a vertical line ( it is x=-3 ) it have infinate slope.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, thanks! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, elecengineer is right it is a vertical line

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