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Unit 2 Vocabulary


relation A set of ordered pair
function a relation for which each element of the domain corresponds to excactly one element of the range
independent variable chosen without considering value of any other variable
dependent variable a variable that depends on one or more other variables
domain the set of values of the independent variable for which a function or relation is defined
range the set of y-axis values of the function or relation
verticle line test are no verticle lines that intersect more than once
coordinate plane the plane where there is a x- and y-axis while x is left to right while y is up and down
evalute to figure out or compute.
function notation there is s special notation called(function notation) that is used torepresent this notation
liniar like a like.a description of any graph or data that can be modeled by a linear polynomial
common difference the constant difference between consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence is called commone difference
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