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The slope of the line whose equation is 2x - 1 = 0 is

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ParthKohli

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In this equation, \(x\) is constant. The slope of a constant is...?

eazy77

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0?

ParthKohli

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Yes!

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thank you!

terenzreignz

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Something's off about this...
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The slope of a constant *function* is 0
But the slope of anything of the form x = a (a is constant) ?
That's a vertical line!

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Oops, sorry :-(

terenzreignz

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Did I panic? XD

ParthKohli

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I didn't notice it. Oh Lord, now I would have nightmares

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What did I do?! :-(

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Nothing that would apparently cause worldwide chaos, I'm sure.