Choose the equation of the horizontal line that passes through the point (−2, −1). y = −1 y = −2 x = −2 x = −1

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Choose the equation of the horizontal line that passes through the point (−2, −1). y = −1 y = −2 x = −2 x = −1

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You need a horizontal line, so you need something like y = something. That something needs to go through the point x=-2 and y=-1. So if you had an equation y=-1, it would be horizontal and also pass through the point (-2,-1). Does that make sense?
So how exactly do I find the answer? Is there a formula? @ybarrap
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What is y in the graph above?
|dw:1444007612444:dw| Do you see this?
The answer is x=-1 right? @ybarrap
Thanks for the help @ybarrap I turned in my test and got it wrong. :) thanks a lot.
x=-1 is a \(\bf vertical~ line\) y=-1 is a horizontal line as I indicated in the graph above: |dw:1444008098949:dw|
Again - the answer to this question is y=-1

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