How do you write an equation of a line given (-6,5) and m=0?

1 Answer
Oct 1, 2017



Now, we know that the slope is equal to zero and that the line will pass through the point (-6,5). Your best bet here is to use the point-slope form of a line #y-y_1=m(x-x_1)#. Simply substitute in what you have: #y-5=0(x-(-6))#. As you can see, it will lead to #y=0+5#. Simply put, the answer is #y=5# As you can see from the graph, it will pass through the point specified, and it also has a slope (m) of 0.
Graph: graph{y=0x+5 [-12.66, 12.65, -6.38, 6.28]}