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algebra.1 EOc


y-axis the vertical axis on a coordinate grid
quadrants the four parts to a coordinate grid
origin the point(0,0)on a coordinate grid
relation a set of ordered pairs
function a set of ordered pairs where the x's dont repeat
domain the x values to a set of ordered pairs
x-axis the horizontal axis on a coordinate grid
range the y values to a set of ordered pairs
discrete individual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all rational values define the domain
continous an infinite number of points that r connected when graphed because all real values can be defined
ordered pairs a point in the form of
variable a letter used to represent a quntity in alg
vertical line test a method used for a set of data it can be positive,negative,constant,no corrilation.
ind var the x value of the function
dep var the y value of the function
the symbol f(x) means y
Created by: tyler127