# Horizontal and Vertical Line Graphs

## Line y = # is parallel to x-axis and line x = # is parallel to y-axis

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## Horizontal and Vertical Line Graphs

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Learn how to graph horizontal and vertical linear equations.
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## Vertical and Horizontal Linear Equations - Overview

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## Horizontal and Vertical Lines - Overview

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## Inverses of Nonlinear Functions - Overview

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## Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Lines - Overview

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## Vertical and Horizontal Linear Equations - Example 1

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Determining Vertical v. Horizontal Given the Linear Equation
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## Vertical and Horizontal Linear Equations - Example 2

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Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Functions Given the Linear Equation
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## Horizontal and Vertical Lines - Example 1

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Writing Linear Equations Given Horizontal or Vertical Lines and One Point
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## Inverses of Nonlinear Functions - Example 1

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Finding Inverses of Nonlinear Functions Graphically
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## Inverses of Nonlinear Functions - Example 2

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Finding Inverses of Nonlinear Functions Algebraically
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## Inverses of Nonlinear Functions - Example 3

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Determining if Inverses are Functions Using the Horizontal Line Test
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## Classifying Slope - Example 1

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Classifying Slope as Positive, Negative, Zero, or Undefined Given a Graph
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## Classifying Slope - Example 2

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Classifying Lines as Falling, Rising, Vertical, or Horizontal Given Points
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## Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Lines - Example 1

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Determining Vertical or Horizontal Given an Equation
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## Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Lines - Example 2

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Graphing Vertical or Horizontal Lines Given Equations
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## Classifying Slope II - Overview

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