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Complete this sentence with the correct choice: y = 4 is a horizontal line with ________.
undefined slope.
a slope of 4.
a slope of 0.
None of the above will make a true statement.
Draw a line through y = 4 and parallel to the x axis. Now, what slope is that?
is it a slope w/0?
Yes, the slope is zero.
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