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OpenStudy (anonymous):

This one seems easy, but I still can't figure it out: What type of line is the graph of y = 7? vertical horizontal rising falling

OpenStudy (yttrium):

You have equation as y = 7 wherein you don't have variable x. Therefore, for every values of x, you have y = 7 always. So, what do you think is the graph?

HanAkoSolo (jamierox4ev3r):

Well think about it this way. it is giving you a y-value, not an x-value. Therefore, you would plot the point on your y-axis and draw a line there. What type of line would you get?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Horizontal?

HanAkoSolo (jamierox4ev3r):

Correct :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Yeah! Thank you both! :)

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