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unit 3 vocab

for ms. Roland.....

slope the steepness of a line
constant of proportonality the constant value of the ratio of two proportional quantities x and y
x-intercept the point at with the line cross the x axis
y-intercept the point at which the line cross the y axis
direct variation the relationship between two variables where one is a constant multiple of the other one.
linear equation he equation for the straight line in which each term is the constant or product of a constant.
unit rate ratio of two measurements in which the second term is 1.
point-slope form y-y^1= m(x-x^1)
slope-intercept form y=m(x)+b
rate of change rate that describes how one quantity changes in relation to another quantity
proportional relationship relationship between inputs to outputs in which the ratio of inputs and outputs is always the same.
intersecting lines the point where two lines meet
Created by: will_iam24