Graphing a Line with Missing Parts

Graphing a Line with Missing Parts
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Graphing a line with missing parts
  • How do I graph a line when I can't put it into y=mx+b form?
  • How do I graph y=7?
  • How do I graph x=3/2?
  • How do I graph a line with no slope?
  • How do I graph a line that has undefined slope?
This lesson teaches how to graph a line when the equation has "missing parts." This means that the equation is missing either the y,m,x and/or b from the equation y=mx+b.
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Reviewed by MathVids Staff on May 16, 2012.
 
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