I am currently learning how to write an equation of a line that is parallel to the x/y-axis with different x/y-intercepts.
I don't understand someone please explain it to me!
(question for HW: Write an equation of the line that is parallel to the x-axis and whose y-intercept is: 1)
the same except the x-axis is the y-axis and the y-intercept is x-intercept (x-intercept = 3)
Please explain how you got it...I don't understand it...Thank You So Much!!!!!
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Equation of the line parallel to x-axis with y-intercept of 1
|this is y = 1
at every point on the line y = 1
i'll do a rough drawing
equation of line parallel to y-axis and passing through x= 3
is x = 3