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Concept

Horizontal Line

A horizontal line is a line that runs parallel to the axis. An example can be seen in the diagram below.
Every point on the line above has coordinate In fact, the rule for this function is Notice that this looks different than most linear functions. The slope of a line is the quotient between the rise and the run between any two of its points.
In the graph above, it can be seen that the line does not rise. In other words, the vertical change between any two points is Therefore, its slope is In fact, all horizontal lines have slope The slope-intercept form of horizontal lines can be written as follows.
Therefore, all horizontal lines can be written in this form, where is the intercept.