# Exploring horizontal and vertical lines

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### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will solve problems involving horizontal and vertical lines.

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### 8 Questions

Q1.

Fill in the gap: The equation y = 3 describes a line through every point with y-coordinate ..............

0

1

2

Q2.

Fill in the gap: The equation .......... describes a line through every point with x-coordinate 4.

x + y = 4

y= 4

Q3.

Fill in the gap: Every point on a line has a 𝑦-coordinate of 2. The equation of the line is ...........

x + y = 2

x = 2

Q4.

Fill in the gap: Every point on a line has a 𝑥-coordinate of −3. The equation of the line is ........

x = 3

y= -3

y= 3

Q5.

What is the equation for line C?

y = 12

Q6.

What is the equation for line A?

y = -1

y = -4

Q7.

What is the equation for line D?

x = 3

Q8.

What is the equation for line E?

x = - 4

x = -4

x = 4

### 6 Questions

Q1.

What is the midpoint of the line segment shown below?

(5, 5)

(5, 6)

Q2.

What is the name of quadrilateral X?

Diamond

Rhombus

Q3.

What is the name of quadrilateral Z?

Diamond

kite

Q4.

What is the equation of the line of symmetry for the triangle shown below?

y = -0.5

y = 0

Q5.

What is the equation of one of the lines of symmetry for the following rhombus?

x = 1

y = -4

Q6.

What is the equation of the line of symmetry for the kite shown below?

Others

x = -2

y = -1

y = 4