## And is 0 vertical or horizontal?

Y changes = always 0 because Y does not change. The line does not move up or down, so the slope = 0. This makes the line a horizontal line.

## is it horizontal or vertical?

The equation x = 4 is a vertical line that crosses the x-axis at (4.0). Any ordered pair with 4 as the first coordinate is a solution. (The equation means “x is 4 and y can be anything.”) It is the horizontal line that cuts the y-axis at (0, −3).

## Is it a vertical line?

The vertical line rises and falls parallel to the Y axis of the coordinate plane. All points on a line have the same x coordinate.

## is it horizontal or vertical?

The equation x = 4 is a vertical line that crosses the x-axis at (4.0). Any ordered pair with 4 as the first coordinate is a solution. (The equation means “x is 4 and y can be anything.”) It is the horizontal line that cuts the y-axis at (0, −3).

## Is there a horizontal or vertical line?

Zero! This relationship still holds: zero slope means the line is horizontal, and a horizontal line means it has zero slope. (By the way, all horizontal lines have the form y = some number, and the equation y = some number is always a horizontal line.) The diagram of it is below.

## Is Y = 5 a horizontal line?

y = 5 The answer is YES! It is a horizontal line as shown in the image below.

## Is Y = 2 a horizontal line?

Since it’s always hard to remember when these guys are horizontal and vertical, I have a theorem that will always save you… When you see y = 2, say this: y is always 2 and x can be anything!

## Y = 7 horizontal or vertical?

Since there is no x component, the slope is zero. (The equation can be written as y = 0x + 7). Therefore, y will always have 7, forming a horizontal line.

## Is there a horizontal or vertical line?

(By the way, all horizontal lines have the form y = a number, and the equation y = a number is always a horizontal line.)

## Y = 1 horizontal or vertical?

So your equation is y = 1… it’s a horizontal line with a slope of 0.

## What is line Y?

All horizontal lines have the form y = A, where A is any real number.