i just need it in general form
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To find the gradient we divide the difference in the y coord by the difference in the x coord: 0/6=0. So the line is parallel to the x axis because there's no gradient at all, and y=2 is the line. The general equation for the line would be y=ax+b where a=gradient or slope=0 and b is the y intercept=2.

answered Feb 23, 2015 by Rod Top Rated User (429,740 points)
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