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How do you write the equation of the line which passes through (5,-2) and is parallel to x=4? Can someone please explain?

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well what kind of line is x=4 ?
A horizontal line; a line with no slope.
right that means we need a horizontal line that passes through point (5,-2) any ideas?

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ill word it differently (5,-2) the x coordiate = ? x=?
a line passing through x=5. Is it really that simple?
yea
it's a vertical line, but you guys pretty much have it
oh oops missed that yes jim is right, its a vertical line
okay, that makes sense. Sorry! Thank all for all your help! :)

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