The slope of a vertical line would be parallel to the y axis.
A vertical line has an undefined slope. For the line to be parallel to a vertical line, the slopes would have to be the same. Therefore, the line parallel to a vertical line also has an undefined slope.
There is none because it will be a straight vertical line cutting through the x axis.
x = -3 produces a vertical straight line parallel to the y axis with an x intercept at -3. A vertical line has an infinite (undefined) slope.
The slope (or gradient) if the line is parallel to the y-axis, is infinite. If it's parallel to the x-axis the slope is zero.
It is normally a parallel line parallel to the x or y axes on the Cartesian plane.
Points: (6, 4) and (6, 8)Slope: 0 because it is a vertical straight line that is parallel to the y axis
The slope is undefined.
=== === A vertical line is a line with an undefined slope. Note that this is different from an infinite slope. The slope of a vertical line is said to be undefined. It may be said to go "straight up and down"A vertical line is drawn on a graph by plotting x = nwhere n equals any real number. The value of n is located on the x axis and then a line is drawn parallel to the yaxis through that x value. Note that the y axis itself is a vertical line. There are an infinite number of possible lines with an undefined slope, of course. Any number on the x axis can have a line drawn through it parallel to the y axis, and any one of those lines is said to be a vertical, and will have a slope that is undefined.A simpler definition say a vertical a line is a line that goes up to down
Points: (8, 3) and (8, 7) Slope: 0 It will be a straight vertical line parallel to the y axis