# An equation where X=5 could be represented on a graph where Y is on the vertical axis and X is on the horizontal axis as A a straight line along the…

An equation where X=5 could be represented on a graph where Y is on the vertical axis and X is on the horizontal axis as

A a straight line along the horizontal axis beginning at the point X=5.

B a horizontal line from the origin with slope equal to 5.

C a single point (X=5) and a vertical line upwards from that point.

How would the equation x=0 and y=5 be represented in a XY graph, and what does it say about the relationship between X and Y?

A The beginning point y=5 on the Y-axis has a horizontal line to the right, X-axis has a vertical line straight up from x=0. There is an intersection point where the x and y will cross each other further to the right of x=0.

B A straight line along the horizontal axis begins at the point x=0. A vertical line along the Y axis originating at y=5. It indicates that the value of X and the value of Y are always 5.

C A single point y=5 on the Y-axis has a horizontal line to the right from that point. This graph indicates that y is not dependent upon x.