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The graph of x = 12

- bellerum23
**Posts:**16**Joined:**Thu Oct 24, 2013 5:13 pm

x=12

dx/dy=o

is a line parallel to the y axis. Note that for all line parallel to the x and y axis their gradients are zero.If given y=8

dy/dx=o

dx/dy=o

is a line parallel to the y axis. Note that for all line parallel to the x and y axis their gradients are zero.If given y=8

dy/dx=o

- mabasamunashe
**Posts:**9**Joined:**Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:18 pm

bellerum23 wrote:The graph of x = 12

Are you doing the graph like you say here or are you finding the slope like you say in the subject? They show the slope for "x=" lines at the bottom here. It also shows a graph example. (They're all vertical through the x like it shows there.)

- theshadow
**Posts:**92**Joined:**Sun Feb 22, 2009 11:12 pm

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