Q. 74.1( 14 Votes )

# If ‘a’ is a real number, what is the distance between the Y-axis and the line x = a?

Answer :

The distance is *a* unit, assuming *a* is an arbitrary constant, which it is, given that you stated it’s a real number.

This is because the y-axis is the same as the line *x* = 0, and so the difference between the two lines will be *a*−0 units, or simply *a* units.

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