Help For graphing a line with an equation how do I figure out x = 5 Please help me i'm trying to understand help me?

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  • 1 month ago
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    It's difficult to know exactly what you're asking because of the way you worded your question. But if you're asking how to graph a line who's equation is X = 5 that's pretty simple. What this means is that only the Y-values would be changing. So Y can be anything while X will remain at 5. So it would be a vertical line that crosses the X-axis at 5.

    Note: To save space, my line only shows positive Y-values. But the line will also extend into negative Y-values. So the line is infinite in length with arrows on the top and bottom.

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  • Matt
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    1 month ago

    there must be more to the equation than this - what is the full equation?

  • Ash
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    1 month ago

    Since there is no y, it means for all values of y, x = 5 always.

    This is represented by a vertical line along +5 on x-axis 

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