# How do you graph the line y = 12?

It's a horizontal line with y-intercept of 12

#### Explanation:

For the equation

$y = 12$

we can rewrite it this way:

$y = 0 x + 12$

This is a line in slope-intercept form - it has the y-intercept of 12 and a slope of 0 - which means it will run left/right, parallel to the x-axis. It looks like this:

graph{0x+12 [-32.47, 32.48, -16.24, 16.23]}