y=6x is in the third quadrant while x is negative and in the first quadrant while x is positive.
it lies in the 2nd and 4th quadrants
The slope is always positive A negative slope will always pass through quadrant II and IV
It passes through Quadrants II and IV. It also passes through the origin ... the point where the 'x' and 'y' axes cross. At that point, it's in all four quadrants.
Inverse variation does not pass through the origin, however direct variation always passes through the origin.
No. Because a vertical line will pass through two points on the graph.
The graph must be a straight line, and it must pass through the origin.