slope

Find the slope of the line passing through the given points using the slope formula. Enter the slope in simplest form. Describe the slope as positive, negative, zero, or undefined.

(8,2) and (15,9)
my answer = 1
the slope is posistive

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  1. correct, but you didn't spell positive correctly.

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    bobpursley
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  3. @bobpursley 1. He is asking for help with math not ELA 2. Dont be rude, and also you still didn't even check his answer. 3. THS IS THE WORST TEACHER I'VE SEEN.

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