How do you find the slope of a line parallel to the graph y-3=0?

May 11, 2016

$y = \text{any value: }$  y = 8, y = -4, y = ½ etc

Explanation:

$y - 3 = 0$ is not written in standard form which is $y = m x + c$

Change it to $y = 0 x + 3$. The slope is 0, meaning this is a horizontal line, passing through the $y -$axis at 3.

Therefore any horizontal line will be parallel to this given line.

$y = \text{any value: }$  y = 8, y = -4, y = ½, " etc"