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29 November, 23:58

There is a line whose slope is 0 and whose y - intercept is 9. What is its equation in slope-intercept form?

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  1. 30 November, 00:27
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    y = 0x + 9

    Step-by-step explanation:

    the equation of a line in slope - intercept form is

    y = mx + c (m is the slope and c the y-intercept)

    here m = 0 and c = 9, hence

    y = 0x + 9

    The equation of a horizontal line is normally written as y = 9

    with the x - term omitted
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