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Unit 2

Relations and Functions

function notation notation in function form
common difference the difference between each number in an arithmetic sequence
linear description of any grapgh or data that can be modeled by a linear polynomial
evaluate to compute
coordinate plane the plane fromed by a horizontal x axis and a verticle y axis
output number given
output what came out of the given number
range the set of y values in a relation or function
verticle line test a test used to determine whether or not a relation is a function
domain the set of x values in a relation or function
dependent variable a variable that depends on one or more other variables
independent variable a variable that can be assigned any permissible value without any restriction imposed by another variable
function a relation in which each element of the domain corresponds to exactly one element of the range
relation set of all ordered pairs
Created by: fer-mad14