If x equals a constant number, the graph will be a vertical line. For example, the graph of x = 5 would be a vertical line that goes through the point (5,0). x equals 5 on every point along this lines.
So this would be a verticle line which passes through the point at -3.
We would have to see the graph.
If you mean the graph, then the lowest coordinates would be (0,0). Also known as the origin.
Yes, that is a shifted tanX graph, just as you would shift any graft.
I don't understand your question but y=3x is the function of a graph, to graph the function you would plug points into the function such as x=0, x=1, x=-1 and you would find the y values at each point so that you can graph it. In this case the graph is a parabola which has a u shape.
x + y = 5y = -x + 5The graph is a straight line, with [ slope = -1 ], passing through the point [ y = 5 ] on the y-axis.
i think you should have said y=5x which can have different answers for slope intercept graph you start at the origin,move 5 points up and run 1 point
the gradient of a graph at any point.
The graph of x=5 would simply be a vertical line that passes through the x-intercept of 5. Since x=5, any single point on the graph would have the x coordinate of 5, because no matter what, x=5. This is why It is a vertical line through (5,0).
The graph of [ y = -3x ] is a straight line, through the origin, with slope of -3 .