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algebra 1 eoc


Y-axis the vertical axis on a coordinate grid
Quadrants the four part to a coordinate grid
orgin the point(0,0)on a coordinate grid
relation a set of ordered pairs
function a set of ordered pairs where the x's do not repeat
domain the x value to set of ordered pairs
x-axis the horizontal axis on a coordinate grid
range the y values to a set of ordered pairs
discrete indiviual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all rational values define the domain(number of buses and students)
continuous a infinite number of points that are connected when graphed because all real values can be defined in the domain (hours worked and pay)
Ordered pair a point in the form of (x,y) or (x,f(x))
variable a letter used to represent a quantity in algebra
vertical line test a method used to determine if a graph is a function
coorelation the trend for a set of data.It can be positive , negative, constant, or no correlation
Independent variable the x value of the function. also called the domain
dependent variable the y value of the function. also called the range
the symbol f(x) means y
evaluate to solve
commutative property the order of the number change
associative property the groups change ( parenthesis change)
distributive property the numbers in a sum or difference are both multiplied by the same value
simplify Make the problem smaller by combining like terms
like terms terms that have the same variable with the same exponents
ratio comparison of two quantities
proportion comparison of two ratios
inequality an algebraic expression that used the symbols <,>
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