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Math terms Unit 2

Taylor Maynor

Relation a set of ordered pairs
Function a relation between a set of inputs and a set a set of outputs
Independent Variable a variable in an equation that may have its value freely chosen (x)
Dependent Variable a variable that depends on one or more other variable (y)
Input the x-value
Output the y-value
Domain the set of all the possible inputs in a function
Range the set of all the possible outputs in a function
Vertical Line Test a test use to determine if a relation is a function
Coordinate Plane plane formed by the intersection of a horizontal number
Evaluate to calculate the numerical value of a function or relation
Function notation a way to write functions that clarifies the name of the function
Linear a first degree polynomial of the form
Common Difference the coefficient of the first term of the polynomial
Created by: tayy_13