How do you graph # x= -2#?

1 Answer
Aug 22, 2016

Answer:

Vertical line through #(-2,0)#

Explanation:

This is the equation of a vertical line.

It cannot be written in slope-intercept form because it does not cross the y-axis and does not have a y-intercept.

The slope is undefined because there is no change in the x-values from one point to the next.

For any y value you choose, the x-value will be -2.

The x-intercept is at #(-2, 0)#