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Without graphing, tell whether the line containing (6, –3) and (0, –8) is horizontal, vertical, or neither. A. Neither B. Vertical C. Horizontal

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  1. hartnn
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    for vertical lines, the x-coordinates of all points are same for horizontal lines, the y-coordinates of all points are same so, here its..... ?

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  2. hartnn
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    do u see any co-ordinates same for both points here ?

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  3. meilendurcer
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    no?

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  4. meilendurcer
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    i think it's B though

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  5. hartnn
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    it can't be vertical, all points in vertical line have same x co-ordinates. here its different

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  6. N00bstyle
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    What do you conclude when you draw yourself a picture of these coordinates?

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  7. meilendurcer
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    C i doubt it's neither

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  8. N00bstyle
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    You can use the draw function if you like ;)

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  9. hartnn
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    whats the doubts in it being neither ?

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  10. N00bstyle
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    Then tell us what you see

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  11. N00bstyle
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    I know it's not allowed, but it still helps you thinking about: The coordinates have DIFFERENT x and y coordinates, so you can conclude that the lines are (...)

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  12. N00bstyle
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    *line is

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  13. meilendurcer
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    |dw:1356819468906:dw|

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  14. N00bstyle
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    |dw:1356819581407:dw| Same y, so this means it's a horizontal line

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  15. hartnn
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    0,-8 is not there.

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  16. help321
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    what math is this

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  17. N00bstyle
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    How did you come up to draw the point (0;-8) over there?

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