What is the slope and intercept for # y= (1/2)x# and how would you graph it?

1 Answer
Oct 3, 2015

Answer:

Slope: #1/2#
#y#-intercept: #0#

Explanation:

From the equation, the coefficient of #x# is always your slope. So from the equation you will get the slope as #1/2#.

From the equation, the number behind the #x# is always the #y#-intercept. Since this equation has no number behind the #x#, so the intercept is #0#.

graph{0.5x [-10, 10, -5, 5]}