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leleg97

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If y=2, how would you graph it, showing the slope? Where would x be?
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pskinner

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 If y=2, how would you graph it, showing the slope? Where would x be?

The graph is a horizontal line, parallel to the x-axis, 2 units above the x-axis. You can see the plot using the function graphing calculator:

http://www.webgraphing.com/graphing_basic.jsp

Just enter: 2. I see that there is an error to plot this using our equation plotting calculators, which needs correction. I gather you tried this and found the problem.

By the way, x is anything, so points like (1,2), (2,2), (3,2) and (-1,2) are all points on the horizontal line.
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