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[2.03] What is the slope of the line that passes through the points (2, -1) and (2,0)?

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  1. giggles123
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    x=2

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  2. lalla
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    thankz

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  3. amistre64
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    .... sigh

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    what does it mean when he says x=2?

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  5. lalla
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    lol idnk but its undefined

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    :) undefined is right; x=2 is the equation for the line. The line itself exists, a numerically defined slope for it does not.

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    slope is the measure of how far y moves while x moves; in this case, x never moves and y is always moving;

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    so the slope is not defined :)

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