# Simple Lines

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet is structured to help students practice graphing lines that are described by simple linear equations. Each of the four problems presents an equation of a line in either vertical or horizontal format, such as x = a or y = b, where a and b are constants. The provided coordinate planes next to each equation serve as the space for students to draw the line that corresponds to the equation. The task requires students to recognize that each equation represents a line where either the x or y coordinate is constant for all points on the line.

The purpose of this worksheet is to introduce students to the concept of graphing horizontal and vertical lines, which is a fundamental aspect of coordinate geometry. It teaches students that the equation x = a represents a vertical line and the equation
y = b represents a horizontal line. Through this exercise, students will learn that these types of lines are special cases where the slope is undefined or zero, respectively. This worksheet helps to develop the student’s understanding of how different types of linear equations are represented graphically on a coordinate plane.