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201113074

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pskinner

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I gather you want to graph this in the x-y plane, so y is anything: this is a vertical line that intersects the x-axis at x=5, that is, it is parallel to the y-axis.
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Kevintoth

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That's not a tough deal, see x-5=0, we can write it x=5. Then
draw a vertical line through the 5 on the x axis,equally up and down line.
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LoraineSmith56

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I do agree with pskinner the line drawn at x=5 will be parallel to the y-axis and it will be passing or intersecting the x axis at unit 5.
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