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

1 Answer
Jan 24, 2016

Answer:

I found:
Slope#=0#;
Y-intercept at: #(0,2)#

Explanation:

This equation represents a horizontal line having slope zero and passing through the point of coordinates #(0,2)# on the #y# axis.
You can write it in Slope-Intercept form, #y=mx+c#, isolating #y#, as:
#y=0x+2#
or
#y=2#
so that you can "read" the slope as #m=0# and #y-"intercept"# as #c=2#.

Graphically>:
graph{0x+2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}