What is the y-intercept and slope of the equation: y=-5

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Guest Nov 30, 2017
edited by Guest  Nov 30, 2017
edited by Guest  Nov 30, 2017
edited by Melody  Dec 3, 2017

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The y-intercept is -5 and the slope is zero.


here is a link to a graph I made that shows this graph




You see when the line crosses the y-axis which is the line in the middle, that is the y-intercept. in the graph it crosses the y-axis when it's y-value is negative 5. The slope is zero because there is no change in it going up or down. As you can see the line remains flat which gives it this slope of zero.


Hope that helps!

dom6547  Nov 30, 2017

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