# How do you find the slope & y-intercept of the equation y = 4/7?

Slope $= 0$
y-intercept $= \frac{4}{7}$
slope is the change in $y$ divided by a corresponding change in $x$. Since for the given equation the value of $y$ does not change (it's change $= 0$); the slope is $0$.
$y = \frac{4}{7}$ is a horizontal line.
y-intercept is the value of $y$ when $x = 0$. For the given equation $y = \frac{4}{7}$ for all values of $x$; therefore the y-intercept is $\frac{4}{7}$