How to find slope in the equation -4y=16
im only 13 and in 7th grade and I can't remember how to do this
-4y=16 is equivalent to y=-4. The slope is the change in y (as given from a change in x) divided by the change in x. Here we see y=-4=0*x-4 is independent of x. So the slope is zero.
You can simply find the slope through the slope-intercept form which is y=mx+b where m=slope. In your equation the slope is obviously zero.