Question by  bumpkin (35)

What is the equation of a vertical line?


Answer by  Neil (83)

x = c where c is a constant. This is a special case of the normal straight line y = mx + c as the slope m is indeterminate.


Answer by  Anonymous

rather than the usual y=mx+c, a vertical line has an equation of x="x intercept". The "x intercept" is the co-ordinate where the line intercepts or cuts through the x axis.


Answer by  moocow (39)

The equation of a vertical line is: x=k where k is any constant. For example, x=0 is the equation of a vertical line through the origin (0,0).


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

Definition: A straight line on the coordinate plane where all points on the line have the same x-coordinate. Draw a line between points A and B on the ground level.This is a vertical line.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

The equation for a vertical line is X = a coordinate or location on the axis. This results in a vertical line at that point on the axis for all values Y.


Answer by  johndeere16 (1)

Which of the following is an equation of a vertical line? y = -3 y = -3x x = -2 x = -2y

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