In Exercises 1-6, match the statement with one of the graphs (a)—(f).
1. The slope of the line is zero.
To match: The graph of the line with slope as zero.
The slope of a line is zero means the slope of a horizontal line is zero.
The equation of the line has the slope,
For zero slope, the equation becomes,
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