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can you graph it?
I'm not sure how you do that.
where would you put the value of y?
On the y axis?
there is no slope for that problem.. just the y-intercept. so at point (0,3) draw a horizontal line.
so no matter what form we use, whether via graph or via analysis of slope-intercept form or standard form, it appears that our slope is equal to zero
thank you for your time and I hope you learned something new
\(y=\infty x+b\) doesn't make sense. So I think it's best to say that vertical line has no slope.
okay, chief whatever you say
Zero slope means the slope exists and has the value zero. No slope means that there is no slope since slope is undefined in this case because of division by zero.
Similarly, if a quadratic equation has no real roots, we say it has no roots. In no way does that mean that the root has a value of zero.
slope cannot be determined for it is undefined is different from no slope at all. if there is no slope then there exists no line to evaluate.
Yes, undefined slope is a better way to describe it.
indeterminate I guess :) at least we are beginning to agree
Why did you draw \(m=\infty\)? lol...
that is the closest I can draw to say indeterminate but I don't think it is required