# What is the Y intercept of Y 7?

Asked By: Lupicinio Barnet | Last Updated: 14th March, 2020

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**slope**-**intercept**form is**y**=mx+b**y**= m x + b , where m is the**slope**and b is the**y**-**intercept**. Using the**slope**-**intercept**form, the**y**-**intercept**is**7**.Keeping this in consideration, what is the Y intercept of Y 4x 2?

As **y**=**4x**−**2** can be written as **y**=**4x**+(−**2**) . Hence, it's **slope** is 4 and **intercept** on **y** -axis is −**2** .

One may also ask, what is the slope of y =- 7? 1 Answer. **Slope** of line is 0 and intercept is **7** .

Considering this, how do you find the Y intercept?

To **find** the **y intercept** using the equation of the line, plug in 0 for the x variable and solve for **y**. If the equation is written in the slope-**intercept** form, plug in the slope and the x and **y** coordinates for a point on the line to solve for **y**.

What is the slope of line Y?

**slope** equals change in the value of **y** divided by change in the value of x. the formula is (y2-y1) / (x2-x1). there is no change in the value of **y**, so the **slope** is 0.