How do you graph the line given (-2,3), m = 0?

2 Answers

Answer:

When #m=0#, the resulting line is horizontal

Explanation:

When #m=0#, that means that the line is horizontal.

Plot #(-2,3)#, then draw your line parallel to the x-axis so that the line runs from left to right.

May 25, 2016

Answer:

The graph of this line is a horizontal line running through the
y-intecept at #(0,3)# and must include the point #(-2,3)#

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Explanation:

This line has zero for a slope and therefore has no rise.
The graph of this line is a horizontal line running through the
y-intecept at #(0,3)# and must include the point #(-2,3)#

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