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Relation Any pair of numbers with a connection between them
Function A relation where every X value only has one Y value paired with it
Independent variable the X value in a relation, will stay the same no matter what the Y value is
Dependent variable The Y value in a relation, is dependent on what the X value is
Output The Y value/dependent variable in a relation
Input The X value/independent variable
Domain The set of input values, Independent variables, or X values
Range The set off Y values,dependent variables,or Output variables
Vertical line test THE test where on a graph you draw vertical lines through the relation to test if it is a function, if the line passes through the relation line twice than it is not a function
Coordinate plane The Graph where functions and relations, also data are plotted
Evaluate To solve a problem
Function Notation The language of math where you list the domain and range of a relation
Linear it means that in relation the change of an X value leads to the change of the y value
Common difference The difference between numbers in a relation that they share
Created by: swagmcmuffin