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Chapter 4


Continuous Data Can take on any value
Dependent Variable Variable for the range
Discrete Data They have space between possible data values
Domain Relation of x coordinates
Function Each member of the domain paired with exactly one member of range
Function Table You can organize the input rule and out point
Independent Variable Variable for the domain
Linear Relationship A relationship that has a straight-line graph
Linear Function A function in which the graph of the solutions forms a line
Nonlinear Function A function whose rate of change is not constant.The graph of a nonlinear function is not a straight line.
Quadratic Function A function in which the greatest power of the variable is 2
Qualitative Graphs A graph used to represent situations that do not necessarily have numerical values.
Range The set of y-coordinates in a relationship
Relation Any set of ordered pairs
Created by: Mrs Ott