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Post your 50-word response in assignments to the following: Explain in your own words why the line x = 4 is a vertical line.
The line x= 4 is a vertical line because the y value is not specified by the equation. The only change will be the value of y; which will still maintain the requirement of the equation: that x is equal to 4. Therefore any point where x is 4 regardless of the value of y will maintain a vertical line, since the y axis is already vertical, and all lines with an undefined slope are vertical lines.