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Mar 29, 1997 ... How do I know when the slope of an equation is zero or undefined (no slope)? ...
Talking about slopes gets a great deal more complicated when the equation isn't
linear. ... If you graph this line, what do we get? Well ... Since x is missing, it may
be any value at all: (1,1), (2,1), (3,1), (4,1), (1000,1), (-2034, 1).
We call b the y-intercept because the graph of y = mx + b intersects the y-axis at
the ... A horizontal line has slope zero since it does not rise vertically (i.e. y1 − y2
= 0), ... line has undefined slope since it does not run horizontally (i.e. x1 − x2 = 0)
. ... graph. Lines with greater slopes rise more steeply. For a one unit increment in
Jan 16, 2010 ... On the graph that would be a change in the y values. ... Note that when a line has
a positive slope it rises up left to right. ... Example 3: Find the slope of the straight
line that passes through (4, 1) and (-2, 1) or state that the slope is undefined. ... 1:
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