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Q: What does a zero with a line over it mean?

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A line with a slope of zero is a flat, vertical line.

A horizontal line.

horizontal line

The parallel line would also have a slope of zero (both are horizontal lines).

It will be a horizontal line

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O with a line over it means zero or none.

by zero line do you mean 0? or do you mean 0 with the slash in it like this /?

if you mean what is the slope, it would be (for example) 5/0 or any number over zero

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The slope is zero. Slope is rise over run, the rise is zero, so zero divided by anything is zero.

The slope of a straight line can't be measured in units. If it is a horizontal line then there is no slope because the rise over run is 0/x, which equals zero because zero divided by everything is zero. If the line is vertical then the slope is undefined because the rise over run is x/o.

line graphs show a change over time

For motion at constant speed along a straight line, the acceleration is zero.

Halfway between zero and one.

That means the line is horizontal. It runs parallel to the X axis.

'which'. c with a line over means with.

If you mean a zero with a diagonal line through it, it is the symbol for the empty set which is the set that contains nothing.

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