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alegebra EOC

y-axis the vertical axis on a coordinate grid
quadrants the four parts of a coordinate grid
orgin the point (0,0)
relation a set of ordered pairs
function a set of ordered pairs where x's don't repeat
domain the x values to a set of ordered pairs
x-axis the horizontal axis on a coordinate grid
range the y values of a set of points
discrete indivdual points that would not be connected
continuous an infinite number of points
ordered pair a point in the form of (x,y) or (x,f(x))
variable a letter used to represent a quanity in Alegebra
vertical line test a method used to determine if a graph is a function
correlation the trend for a set of data
independent variable the x value of the function aka domain
dependent variable the y value of the function aka range
the symbol f(x) means y
evaluate to solve
communative property the order of the numbers change
associative property the groups change
distributive property the numbers on a sum or difference
simiplify make the problem smaller
like terms terms that have the same variable
ratio comparison of two quantities
proportion comparison of two ratios
inequality an algebraic expression that uses the symbols <,>
Created by: austinbetteridge