How do you graph #x=-4#?

1 Answer
Jul 6, 2015

Answer:

This is a vertical line intersecting with the #x# axis at #(-4, 0)#

Explanation:

The intersection with the #x# axis is the point where #y=0#. We already know the #x# coordinate, so the point is #(-4, 0)#

There is no intersection with the #y# axis, since the line #x=-4# is parallel to the #y# axis, whose equation is #x=0#.

graph{y=1000000*(x+4) [-10, 10, -5, 5]}