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Math voc 5

Vocabulary for mid-term chapter 5

Axes Two perpendicular number lines that are used to locate points on a coordinate plane
Complete graph Show the origin, the points at which the graph crosses the x-axis and y axis and other important characteristics of the graph
Completeness property for points in the plane exactly one point in the plane is named b a given ordered pair of numbers
Coordinate plane the plane containing the x and y axes
Domain the set of all first coordinates from the ordered pairs in a relation
Equation in two variables an equation that contains two unknowns
Function a relation in which each element of the domain is paried with exactly one element of the range
Function notation The equation y=x+5 written as f(x) = x+5
Graph to draw, or plot, the points named by certain numbers or ordered pairs on a number line or coordinate plante
Interquartile range the difference between the upper and the lower quartile in a set of data
inverse of a relation obtained by switching the coordinates in each ordered pair
linear equation an equation whose graph is a straight line
linear equation in standard form can be written in the form Ax + By = C
linear function an equation whose graph is a nonvertical line
lower quartile divides the lower half of a set of data into two equal parts
mapping pairs one element in the domain with one element in the range
origin the point of intersection of the two axes in the coordinate plane
outlier a value that is much greater or much less than the rest of the data in a set of data
quadrants one of the four regions into which teh x- and y-axes separate the coordiante plane
quartiles values that divide the date into four equal parts
range (when dealing with a relation) the set of all second coordinates from the ordered pairs in the realation
relation a set of ordered pairs
solution of an equation in two variables if a true statement results when the nubmers in an ordered pair are substituted into an equation
upper quartile divides the upper half of a set of data into two equal parts
verticle line test if any verticle line passes through no more than 1 point of the graph of a relation, the relation is a function
x-axis the horizontal number line
x-coordinate the first number in an ordered pair
y-axis the verticle number line
y -coordiante the second number in an ordered pair
use a table a problem-solving strategy that uses tables to organize and problem solve
Created by: boozerclan