# What does a dotted line on a graph mean?

Graphing Inequalities. If the inequality is < or >,

**graph**the equation as a**dotted line**. If the inequality is ≤ or ≥,**graph**the equation as a solid**line**. This**line**divides the xy- plane into two regions: a region that satisfies the inequality, and a region that**does**not.A.

### What is the definition of broken line?

a discontinuous

**line**or series of**line**segments, as a series of dashes, or a figure made up of**line**segments meeting at oblique angles. a highway marking consisting of a series of disconnected**line**segments painted between lanes of a roadway, indicating that crossing from one to the other is permissible.#### What is a left edge line?

**Edge lines**are used to outline and separate the outside**edge**of the pavement from the shoulder. Right**edge lines**are marked with a solid white**line**and**left edge lines**are marked with a solid yellow**line**.#### What is the limit line?

A: The “traffic signs” section on page 22 of the Department of Motor Vehicles' 2013 California Driver Handbook says a driver approaching a stop sign should stop at the “**limit line**” — a solid white**line**on a road indicating the point at which traffic is required to stop in compliance with legal requirements — or before#### When the amber light is flashing?

This crossing is made aware to the drivers with its traffic**lights**and zig-zag road markings. As a driver, you MUST give way to any pedestrians on the crossing, when the**amber light is flashing**. If the**amber light is flashing**and there are no pedestrians on the crossing, you may proceed with caution.

Updated: 2nd October 2019