Graphing vertical lines on Socratic?

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Apr 13, 2017

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Although the Socratic Graph feature does not (currently) recognize vertical lines, it will graph a line with slope 1000

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To graph #x = 7#, use #y = 1000x-7000# (or, of course, #y = 1000(x-7)#

graph{y = 1000x-7000 [-2.37, 20.13, -5.755, 5.495]}

graph {((y-0x-100)(x-0y-2)(x-0y+2))=0:

graph{((y-0x-100)(x-0y-2)(x-0y+2))=0 [-2.37, 20.13, -5.755, 5.495]}

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