Q: A straight line that is drawn from top to bottom is what type of line?

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Any line that goes from bottom left toward the top right of a coordinate plane.

I assume there are a missing + and =, that is the equation is either:3x + 5y = 53x = 5y + 5(though the first is the most likely).They are both the equation of a straight line.

If you mean: y = 2x and 2y = -x+4 then they are positive and negative straight line equations

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