Graphing Horizontal and Vertical Lines Worksheets

Add our printable worksheets on graphing horizontal and vertical lines to your repertoire to stay stress-free about a key topic! The equation of a vertical line is in the form x = a, and the equation of a horizontal line is in the form y = a, where a is an integer. These lines will not tilt in any direction. For example, graphing the equation y = –4 results in a horizontal line that intersects the point –4 on the y-axis. It is perpendicular to the y-axis and stays parallel to the x-axis. Equipped with answer keys, these free worksheets are a blessing when it comes to introducing the topic of graphing equations.

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CCSS: HSA-CED

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