How do you find slope and y-intercept of #y=6#?

2 Answers
May 15, 2018

Answer:

slope = #0#
y-intercept = #6#

Explanation:

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Shown above is the graph of #y=6#.

The line crosses the y-axis at #6#, as the line is always at that value. As it is a horizontal line, the slope is zero.

May 15, 2018

Answer:

See a solution process below:

Explanation:

The equation #y = 6# means for each and every value of #x#, #y# will be equal to #6#.

This is the definition of a horizontal line.

By definition, the slope of a horizontal line is #m = 0#

When #x = 0# then #y = 6#

Therefore, the #y#-intercept is: #(0, 6)#