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Q: What is the difference between a line that has a zero slope and a line that has a undefined slope?

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A line with slope of zero is horizontal. A line with no slope is vertical because slope is undefined on a vertical line.

No slope is undefined i.e. a vertical line slope of 0 is a horizontal line... i believe...

Undefined slope is when a line is exactly on the y-axis, for reasons unknown, the slope of a line on the y-axis cannot be determined, so therefore it it "undefined." A line with no slope is a line with a slope of zero. In order for a line to have a slope of zero, it must be directly on the x-axis, meaning it is horizontal. Horizontal lines are straight and have no slope

A vertical line has an undefined slope.

No, the slope of a horizontal line is 0. The slope of a vertical line is undefined.

A line with zero slope is a straight horizontal line which neigher climbs nor descends along the X-Axis. A line with an undefined slope is a straight vertical line that does not move left or right along the Y- Axis.

An undefined slope is just a line straight down. The slope is undefined.

No. The slope of a horizontal line is zero. The slope of a vertical line is undefined.

A line with an undefined slope is a vertical line. A line with a slope of zero is a horizontal line. If you use the formula for slope m = (y2-y1) divided by (x2-x1)... For an undefined slope you will get zero in the denominator, which you cannot have because you cannot divide by zero. For a slope equal to zero, you will get a zero in the numerator. Zero divided by any non-zero denominator, will give you a slope of zero.

An undefined slope is vertical.

A slope is 0 if it is a straight horizontal line. A slope is undefined if it is a straight vertical line.

The equation of a line with an undefined slope is x = a.

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