Graphing 6 - Horizontal and Vertical Lines

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Lesson Description:

Covers the special cases of graphing horizontal and vertical lines which are in the form x=k or y=k, where k is any number. This is part 6 of a series of videos about graphing lines.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you graph equations of lines with only one variable on a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph horizontal and vertical lines on a coordinate plane?
  • How do you graph the line x = 3 on a coordinate plane?
  • How do you make an x-y table for x = 3?
  • How do you know if an equation will be a vertical or horizontal line?
  • How do you graph the line y = -2 on a coordinate plane?
  • How do you make an x-y table for y = -2?
  • How do you graph y = -4?
  • How do you graph x = 3?
  • Why is the equation x = k a vertical line?
  • Why is the equation y = k a horizontal line?
  • How do you write the equation for a horizontal or vertical line?
  • What is the equation for the line that goes through (0, -4), (1, -4), and (2, -4)?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
    This video explains the process of making tables and graphing horizontal and vertical lines. Because these are special cases in which there is only one variable, they can be a bit tricky if you haven't seen them. This is a great tutorial on graphing these lines.