SOLUTION: Write the Slope intercept form of a point that passes through (1,-1) and is parallel to X=0 How do i solve this step by step with formula and justification please.

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 Question 709132: Write the Slope intercept form of a point that passes through (1,-1) and is parallel to X=0 How do i solve this step by step with formula and justification please.Answer by josgarithmetic(3317)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!x=0, if this is a line in two dimensions, coordinate system, is the y-axis. Maybe what tricks you about this is that the slope for a vertical line does not exist. x=0 contains the point, (0,0), the origin. What other vertical line contains the point, (1,-1)? VERTICAL LINE! x=1, and y=everynumber. The line you want also contains the point, (1,33), and (1,-2.5), and (1,14*sqrt(17))... and on like that. The line you want, parallel to x=0 and containing (1,-1) is the line x=1.