What is the slope of the line x=-2?

1 Answer
Apr 8, 2016

The slope is mathematically 'undefined'. It is a line parallel to the y axis passing through #x=-2#


By definition the slope (gradient) is #("change in y axis")/("change in x axis")#

There is no change in the x axis. so we have #("change in y axis")/0# which is undefined