# How do you find the x intercept for y=2?

Actually, $y = 2$ doesn't have an $x$-intercept. This is because the line $y = 2$ is a horizontal line that is parallel to the horizontal $x$-axis, and parallel lines never intersect. Also, the line $y = 2$ doesn't depend on any $x$. No matter what $x$ is, no matter how infinitely large or small, $y$ will always be $2$ above the $x$-axis.
To see this visually, this is what the graph of $y = 2$ looks like:
You can see that the line doesn't ever touch the $x$-axis, meaning it doesn't have an $x$-intercept. It has a $y$ intercept though, at the point (0,2).