Write an equation in standard form that has a slope of 0 and goes through the point (5,2).
A line with a slope of zero is a horizontal line.
A horizontal line passing through the point (5,2) would be y = 2. Each ycoordinate has a value of 2, no matter the xcoordinate. Slope is rise/run. In the line y = 2, there is no rise, only run. Standard form is Ax + By = C. With the equation being y = 2, it is already in standard form. If you want to be picky, you could write it as 0x + y = 2. y = 2 Comments are closed.

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