# How do you find the slope for y=2?

Mar 4, 2018

$0$

#### Explanation:

The slope of an equation of $y = m x + b$ is given by $m$.

Here, we have: $y = 2$

We can rewrite the equation in the form of $y = m x + b$ as

$y = 0 \cdot x + 2$

So here, $m = 0$, and the slope of $y = 2$ is therefore $0$.