Jennifer B.

asked • 09/29/13

I need to find the equation of the line parallel to y=3 and it goes through points (2,-1) and put it in slope intercept form

I need to find the equation of the line parallel to y=3 and it goes through points (2,-1) and put it in slope intercept form

Israel T.

Hey to make it easy just graph y=3 which has only one point and stretches out horizontally after that plot 2,-1 it said parallel so go to units right on the x axis and one down then stretch the line which will be horizontal on the -1 which is parallel
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02/21/18

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Richard O.

There very much *is* a slope. The slope is zero. Vertical lines have “no slope” or, an undefined slope.
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10/16/18

IBRAHIM A. answered • 03/24/14

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