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

The form of the equation is slope-intercept form a.k.a. $y = m x + b$.
$m = s l o p e$ and b=y-intercept. In this case, $4$ would be your slope because it is the $m$ attached to the $x$. $b$ is also four because $+ 4$ is your y-intercept.