# SOLUTION: Parallel to y-1=0 with y-intercept (0,-1)

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 Question 58241: Parallel to y-1=0 with y-intercept (0,-1)Answer by funmath(2925)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Parallel to y-1=0 with y-intercept (0,-1) y-1=0 y-1+1=0+1 y=1 This is a special case. Any time you have y=k, where k is a real number and there's no x, you have a horizontal line going through k. In this case y=1 is a horizontal line going through y=1. Horizontal lines have slopes of 0 because y never changes. A line parallel to a horizontal line would also be parallel. Horizontal lines have the same y value for every point. The equation of a horizontal line going through (0,-1) is Happy Calculating!!!