What Is the Definition of a Vertical Line?

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A vertical line is defined as a line that usually goes straight up and down, parallel to the y-axis of the coordinate plane. It has no slope and all the points on the line will have the same x-coordinate.
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A vertical line is parallel to the y-axis of a coordinate graph and every point on the line has the same x-coordinate. Vertical lines have no defined slope.
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