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Homework Help: Linear Equation question

Posted by AMY on Friday, November 12, 2010 at 5:39pm.

Hello! quick question.
why the line y = -3 is a horizontal line.
describe how this line sits on the Cartesian (coordinate) plane.
I have tried a few thoughts on this. Firstly the horizontal sits on the y intercept. The graph y = b is a horizontal line. -3 is to the left of the origin which is 0. It follows the order of a number line. Negative numbers to the left and positive numbers to the right. This is all I have so far. Did I get close??
Your help is appreciated!!

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