anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement is true? A. If the x-intercept of a line is given by (0 , b) b can never equal zero. B. A line of x=a (where a is not zero) cannot have a y-intercept. C. If the y-intercept of a line is given by (a,0), a can never equal zero. D. A line with a zero slope cannot have a y-intercept.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
\(B\) Is correct I believe because a line of \({x=a,a\neq0}\) Is a vertical line. And since the y axis itself is a vertical line, Two vertical lines will never meet and therefore the line of \(x=a\) will never intercept the y-axis

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