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Algebra 1 Chapter 11

Algebra 1 Chapter 11 Vocabulary

An expression that contains a radical, such as a square root, cube root, or other root. radical expression
A function that contains a radical expression with the independent varriable in the radicand. radical function
A radical function whose equation contains a square root with the independent variable in the radicand. square root function
The function of Y equals the square root of X. parent quare root function
A radical that has no perfect square factors other than 1 in the radicand. simplist form of a radical expression
The process of eliminating a radical from an expression's denominator. rationalizing the denominator
An equation that contains a radical expression with a variable in the radicand. radical equation
A solution of a transformed equation that is not a solution of the original equation. extraneous solution
The hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side opposite the right angle. hypotenuse
The two sides that form the right angle legs of a right triangle
A2 + B2 = C2 pythagorean theorem
The distance between any two points. distance formula
The point on a segment that is equidistant from the endpoints. midpoint
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