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Linear Systems Vocab

algebra 2 Honors

System of equations equations same variables
Consistent at least one solution
Inconsistent no solution (Parallel Lines)
Independent one solution
Dependent infinite number of solutions
Substitution method Solved for one variable then substituted for the other (Algebraic method)
Elimination method Elimination- By adding or Subtracting (Algebraic Method)
System of Inequalities inequalities with same variable
Constraints conditions given to variables (Linear Inequalities)
Feasible Region The intersection of the graph in a system of constraints
Bounded Polygonal region
Vertices Maximum or minimum values that a linear function has for the points in a feasible region
Unbounded Inequalities forms a open region
Linear Programming finding maximum or minimum values of a function for a region defined by inequalities
Octants 8 regions of 3-D space
Ordered Pair Point in space has three coordinates and is represented by this
Ordered Triple 3 variables (x, y, and z)
Created by: candicecorcoran