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Coordinate System Composed of two Perpendicular Lines number lines intersecting at their zero points creating a coordinate plane upon which ordered pairs may be graphed.
Cartesian Coordinate Plane Composed of the x-axis and the y-axis which meet at the origin it is divided into four quadrants.
X&Y Axis The Horizontal & Vertical line that helps to form the coordinate plane.
Origin The point (0,0) at which the axes of a coordinate plane
Quadrants The four regions into which two perpendicular lines separate the plane
Relation A set of ordered pairs
Domain & Range The set of all coordinates in an ordered pair. Domain is the first number and range is the second.
Mapping Shows how each member of the domain is paired with each member of the range.
Function A special type of relation in which each element of the domain is paired with exactly one element from the range.
Discrete Function If the domain is a set of individual points.
Vertical Line Test Draw a vertical line across the domain.
Created by: Outlaw1018