Q: How do you graph a not equals y on a number line?

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A horizontal line crossing the y axis at 3.

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The graph of [ y = -3x ] is a straight line, through the origin, with slope of -3 .

find the constant of variation and the slope of the given line from the graph of y=2.5x

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The equation you have given, y + 2 = 7, does not describe a line, it describes the number 5. You would not graph a single number, there is nothing to graph.

y= -5

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The graph is a horizontal line at y=3

No. If you graph it, it doesn't. No line is horizontal unless the equation is y=A, where A is any real number.

A horizontal line crossing the y axis at 3.

The graph of y = x - 8 is a straight line. The slope of the line is 1, and it intersects the y-axis at the point y = -8.

The diagonal line collapses into a single point on that line.

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That line is horizontal on the graph. Its slope is zero.

That line is [ y = 2 cos(2x) ].

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