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Algebra One Terms

a flipped fraction 1/2= 2/1 reciprocal
the distance between a number and 0 in the number line absolute value
any numer multiplied by -1; 2, -2 6,-6 opposite
a letter used in place for an unidentified number variable
numbers that have the same variables and exponents like terms
all positive numbers excluding 0 real numbers
all positive numbers including 0 whole numbers
every single number positive and negative ever made ever integers
nonterminating and/ or repeating decimals irrational numbers
terminating and/ or repeating decimals rational numbers
where two lines meet intersection
combines elements of two or more sets union
answer to an equation solution
correspondence between the elements of 2 sets relations
an equation with out exponents and absolute value bars; when graphed should form a perfect straight line function
rise over run; m; y-y1 over x-x1; the slant of a line slope
all of the x values in a set Domain
all of the y values in a given set range
two lines that have the same slope and never intercept parallel
2 lines that intersect in right angles ; the equation of 2 lines that have negative reciprocal slopes of each other perpendicular
2 polynomials added or subtracted together binomials
3 polynomials added or subtracted together trinomial
1 polynomial monomial
a variable or number or the product of the two polynomial
raising a number to a power exponent
a+(b+c)+(a+b)+c associative property
a+b+c=b+c+a commutative property
a(d+c)+ad+ac distributive property
3 forms of the equation of a line standard form point slope form slope intercept form
Ax+By=C Standard form
y-y=m(x-x) point slope form
y=mx=b slope intercept
exponent rules product rule, quotient rule, power rule, power of product, power of quotient
Created by: thatsmevile