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Any continuous line as long as it does not have a vertical section.

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Q: What type of line has a defined slope?
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What type of line dose not have a defined slope?

a vertical line


Which line do not contain slope?

There is no slope defined for a vertical line.


What is a perpendicular line referring to slope in math?

The slope of a perpendicular line is not defined.


What is the slope of perpendicular lines?

The slope of a perpendicular line is not defined.


What type of line would be impossible to find using the point slope form method?

A line whose slope is not constant or not defined. A curved line, a discontinuous line, a vertical line are some examples.


Some lines have no slope?

A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a division by zero).A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a division by zero).A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a division by zero).A horizontal line has a slope of zero. For a vertical line, the slope is not defined (change of y / change of x would result in a division by zero).


What is the slope of all vertical lines?

The slope of a vertical line is not defined.


What is defined as the degree of a slant of a line?

slope


Does the slope of a line through a orgin is always defined?

No. The y axis passes through the origin but its slope is not defined.


What happens when you try to calculate the slope of a vertical line?

You cannot: the slope is not defined.


Find the slope x equals -4?

That's a vertical line; the slope is not defined.


What is the run of a vertical line?

There isn't any and that is why the slope of a vertical line is not defined.

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