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Change To become different EX:temp. rise and fall,prices increase and decrease.
Coordinate graph A graphical representation of pairs of related numerical values that shows the relationship between two variables.
Coordinate pair An ordered pair of numbers used to locate a point on a coordinate grid.The first number in a coordinate pair is the value for the x coordinate,and the y coordinate.
Dependent variable One of the two variables in a relationship.Its value depends upon or is determined by the other variable called the independent variable.
Equation,formula A rule containing variables that represents a mathematical relationship.
Independent variable One of the two variables in a relationship.Its value determines the value of the other variable called the dependent variable.
Pattern A change that occurs in a predictiable way.
Relationship An association between two or more variables.
Rule A summary of a predictable relationship that tells how to find the value of a variable.
Scale A labeling scheme used on each of the axes on a coordinate.
Table A list of values for 2 or more variables that shows the relationship between them.
Variable A quantity that can change.
X-axis The number line that is horizontal on a coordinate grid.
Y-axis The numberline that is vertical on a coordinate grid.
Created by: mcdanke