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find the slope and y intercept y=-10

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y=-10 is the equation of a horizontal line. What is the slope of a horizontal line?
0
or is it undefined

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No you're right its 0. Vertical lines have undefined slope. Now, if its a horizontal line with all y coordinates as -10, where do you think its gonna cross the y axis?
in the middle
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so what would be the slope and y intercept is it 0 ?
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-2
The y intercept is -10
but the slope is -2
No, we established the slope was 0
oh yeah
will it be the same x=6
we have to do the same thing
X=6 is a vertical line
slope is undefined
Right, and there will be no y intercept.
thanks
i have about like 5 problems like these

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