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In the general equation of a line, if A = 0, what will the graph of the line look like? It will be vertical. It will be horizontal. It will be equivalent to the graph of y = x. There is not enough information to tell.

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    General equation of a line: \[Ax + By = C\] if \(A=0\) we have \[0x + By = C\]\[By=C\]\[y = \frac{C}{B}\] If \(y\) is constant, what sort of a line do we have?

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