How do you find the slope and intercept of #2y-1=0#?

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Feb 15, 2016

Answer:

Slope of line #2y−1=0# is #0# and #1/2# is its intercept on #y# axis.

Explanation:

For this convert equation #2y−1=0 # in slope intercept form i.e. #y=mx+c#. (Here #m# is slope and #c# in intercept on #y# axis.)

Converting this becomes #y=0.x+1/2#

As such slope of line #2y−1=0# is #0# (i.e. it is parallel to #x# axis
and #1/2# is its intercept on #y# axis.