# How do you find the slope and intercept of y = 4x - 2?

Slope is $4$ and intercept on $y$-axis is $- 2$.
In slope intercept form of equation $y = m x + c$, $m$ is slope and $c$ is intercept on $y$-axis.
As $y = 4 x - 2$ can be written as $y = 4 x + \left(- 2\right)$. Hence, it's slope is $4$ and intercept on $y$-axis is $- 2$.