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Determine the slope and the y-intercept of the graph of the equation. y = -4 a. m = -4; (0, 0) b. m = 0; (0, -4) c. m = 1; (0, -4) d. m = 0; no y-intercept

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  1. anonymous
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    The graph of y = -4 describes a graph where no matter what value of x you choose, you get a value of -4 for y. This means that the graph is going to look like a horizontal line that sits on y = -4. Since it is flat, the slope is zero, and obviously it will intersect the y axis at (0, -4)

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