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## What is the line y =- X?

the line y x **is the point (y, x). The reflection of the point (x,y) across. the line y -x is the point (-y, -x). Remember that each point of a reflected image is the same distance from the line of reflection as the corresponding point of the original figure.**

## How do you graph the line y =- X?

-1

## What is the slope of the line y =- X?

-1

## What is the line of y =- 2?

horizontal line

## What is the line y =- 5?

The equation y -5 can be thought of as **y 0x – 5. So our line has a slope of 0 and a y-intercept of -5.**

## What is the line of y =- X?

the line y x is **the point (y, x). the line y -x is the point (-y, -x). Remember that each point of a reflected image is the same distance from the line of reflection as the corresponding point of the original figure.**

## What is the slope in Y =- X?

-1

## How do you graph y =- 2x?

**Graphing a Line Using the Slope and Y-Intercept**

- Find the y-intercept b of the equation y mx + b.
- Plot the y-intercept. The point will be (0, b).
- Find the slopem of the equation y mx + b.
- Make a single step, using the rise and run from the slope.
- Connect those two points with your line.

## What is the slope y =- x 1?

the line y x is **the point (y, x). the line y -x is the point (-y, -x). Remember that each point of a reflected image is the same distance from the line of reflection as the corresponding point of the original figure.**

## What is the slope and y-intercept of y =- x 1?

Using the slope-intercept form, the slope is **1 .**

## What is Y =- 2 in slope intercept form?

-2

## How do you graph the line Y 2?

The equation y -5 can be thought of as **y 0x – 5. So our line has a slope of 0 and a y-intercept of -5.**

## What is the line y =- 6?

Shown above is the graph of y6 . The line crosses the y-axis at 6 , as the line is always at that value. As it is a **horizontal line, the slope is zero.**

## What does Y =- 5 look like on a graph?

Using the slope-intercept form, the slope is **0 .**

## What is the slope of a line when Y =- 5?

The graph of a relation of the form y 5 is **a line parallel to the x-axis because the y value never changes.**

## Is Y =- 5 a horizontal line?

5

## Which way is Y =- X?

-1

## What is the Y-intercept y =- X?

the line y x is **the point (y, x). the line y -x is the point (-y, -x). Remember that each point of a reflected image is the same distance from the line of reflection as the corresponding point of the original figure.**

## What is the slope in Y =- x 1?

The y-intercept is the **point at which the graph crosses the y-axis. At this point, the x-coordinate is zero. To determine the x-intercept, we set y equal to zero and solve for x. Similarly, to determine the y-intercept, we set x equal to zero and solve for y.**

## How do you plot y =- 2x?

The equation y2 is in slope intercept form, where the slope is 0 and the y-intercept is 2 . The equation can be graphed as the equation **y0x+2 . The graph is a horizontal line where all values for y are 2 .**

## How would you graph y =- 2?

Thus the slope for y 2x is **slope 2 .**

## What is the slope y =- 2x?

yu22122x is a linear equation in slope-intercept form: **ymx+b, where: m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.**

## What is Y =- X 1 in slope intercept form?

Y-x+1 is in slope-intercept form. In standard form we rearrange algebraically into **Ay+BxC, or 1y+1×1. Originally Answered: What is a slope intercept form? It is a way of arranging the formula for a straight line in a coordinate plane.**

## Is the slope of x =- 1?

Since xu22121 is a vertical line, the **slope is undefined.**

## Is Y =- X 1 a linear equation?

Explanation: We are given a **linear equation in the slope-intercept form .**