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Write the equation of the horizontal or vertical line: (-4,5) and m = 0. A. y = -5/4 B. x = -4 C. x = 5 D. y = 5
What are the slopes of horizontal lines?
slope is rise/run Is there any rise in a horizontal line?
Since the slope is 0, and slope = rise / run, then the line must be horizontal, since the rise must be zero for the slope to be zero. This means it must be a line of the form: \[y = constant\] And only D meets that requirement.
it says using this (-4,5) and m = 0.