Haiden Meyer
2022-09-30
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Find the equation of the line through the point (-4 , 5) and is perpendicular to the x axis

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Deanna Randolph

Answered 2022-10-01
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The answer is: x=−4.

Every line perpendicular to the x-axis can be written in this form:

x=k,

So, as the line has to pass from the point (−4,5), the equation is:

x=−4.

Every line perpendicular to the x-axis can be written in this form:

x=k,

So, as the line has to pass from the point (−4,5), the equation is:

x=−4.

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