How do you find the slope and y-intercept for the line #y=4#?

1 Answer
May 5, 2018

There is no slope for this equation (a slope of 0). graph{0x+4 [-12.46, 10.04, 0.215, 11.465]}


Remember the standard linear equation: y=mx+b. The variables 'mx' represent the slope of a linear line meaning in the equation y=4, there is no slope, or a slope of 0. The y-intercept can easily be determined in this equation because the straight line falls on 4, the number equal to y in the equation. Take a look at the graph.