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- Nnesha

y = something horizontal line
x = something vertical line

- anonymous

well since a and b both have 5 can i cut them out?

- Nnesha

|dw:1433281171811:dw|
y values are positive at above the x-axis
negative 't below the x-axis
x value = positive right side
x value = negative at left side

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- anonymous

so D right?' or no

- sweetburger

Alright what line represents at any x value that y is always equal to 10 I just realised my typo in my above response which said 15 my bad

- sweetburger

Very sorry about that

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Nnesha
y = something horizontal line
x = something vertical line
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
y=10 is it horizontal or vertical ?

- sweetburger

If a line is going horizontal and is completely flat it will have the exact same y value at every single value of x. If a line is going vertical and is completely perpendicular with the x-axis then it will have the same x value for every single y value

- anonymous

@sweetburger what was the answer? A B C or D? i didnt understand

- anonymous

@Nnesha what was the answer? i dont get it

- sweetburger

where does y = 10 on that graph?

- anonymous

all 4 have it going over 10.. wait.. yeh.. im so confused.. D: can you give the answer and then explain it ? @sweetburger

- Nnesha

|dw:1433282546507:dw|
now draw line y=10
where would u graph ?

- Nnesha

draw a line 't y=10 on that drawing ^^

- anonymous

so its c? @Nnesha

- sweetburger

c is representing x=10 as at each different y value there is the same constant x value being 10

- anonymous

so im right? its c?

- Nnesha

i already told you
if y = something then you should draw horizontal line (pink line )|dw:1433282927798:dw|
x = something u should draw vertical line (blue line )|dw:1433282963620:dw|

- Nnesha

so y = 10 ? horizontal line or vertical line ?

- anonymous

then whats the answer??? i rlly dont get this..!!! D:

- anonymous

there u have medal.. now answer plis?

- Nnesha

i'm sorry to say but my question is still the same

- Nnesha

and 'm pretty u gonna take away that medal after 33 sec :-)

- anonymous

no.. i gave it to u.. i dont change it

- sweetburger

welp @Nnesha has provided a very good explanation and I have tried too aswell. Not sure what else to say

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Nnesha
y = something horizontal line
x = something vertical line
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
read this
read!!!!!

- sweetburger

I mean besides blatanly giving the answer

- anonymous

maybe tell me what the answer is?? D:

- Nnesha

nope!

- anonymous

-_-

- sweetburger

Look at these great explanations form @Nnesha |dw:1433283214058:dw||dw:1433283218294:dw| THEY PRACTICALLY GIVE YOU THE ANSWER

- anonymous

so its d?

- anonymous

its a! right?

- anonymous

no.. its b?

- sweetburger

lol are u fishing for answers now?

- Nnesha

stop guessing

- sweetburger

u just labeled the last 3 possibilities you hadnt previously picked

- anonymous

ooh cmon!! u guys know the answer!!! just give me the answer!! D:

- Nnesha

y = SOMETHING horizontal line after these 4 words you can cancel out 2 option
cmon!

- anonymous

its A..

- Nnesha

no it's not

- anonymous

Ok im done ... you guys are just plain out smart.. if its now A then screw it.. im gonna fail.. IDC @nnesha @sweetburger !!!

- sweetburger

google y=8 and then determine where y=10 could be

- anonymous

@sweetburger just stop. im done with it. screw it

- anonymous

thnanks but no thx

- sweetburger

https://www.google.com/search?q=y%3D10&oq=y%3D10&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.1730j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8

- sweetburger

why are u so stubborn

- anonymous

dude..
you told me to look up the what not. and i did. it should be A.. so if its now.. i now dont care

- Nnesha

i want u to be smart :-)

- Nnesha

okay i give u an example
y = 2
y equal something so it's horizontal line |dw:1433294144693:dw|
like that it's positive 2 above the x-axis

- Nnesha

now please draw a line at y =10 on that graph :-)

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