The graph of the equation x = 2y. a. is a line parallel to X-axis b. is a line parallel to Y-axis c. passes through the origin d. passes thr

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The graph of the equation x = 2y. a. is a line parallel to X-axis b. is a line parallel to Y-axis c. passes through the origin d. passes through point (2,-1)

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Kylie 2 months 2021-11-28T15:34:20+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-11-28T15:36:01+00:00

    Answer:y=6⇒  a line where the y-coordinate of all points in the line is 6.


    So, some points in the line would be  (0,6),(1,6),(−1,6) ,etc.


    If we draw a line joining any of the two points above, we would get a graph which is shown above.


    The line is  6 units  away from origin and is parallel to x-axis.


    y−intercept=6

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    2021-11-28T15:36:03+00:00

    Answer:

    c

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The graph of the equation x = 2y. a. is a line parallel to X-axis b. is a line parallel to Y-axis c. passes through the origin d. passes through point (2,-1)

    ANSWER: The graph of the equation x = 2y passes through the origin.

    (option c)

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