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vocabulary for the algebra MD HSA

expression a group of numbers, symbols and/or variables that express operation(s)
area the measure in square units of the interior region of a surface
average a single number that describes all the data in a set. it usually refers to the mean, but could be the median or mode.
axis a reference line In the coordinate plane the x-axis is horizontal and the y-axis is vertical
biased sample a sample that is not representative of the population
bimodal having two modes
binomial a polynomial with two terms
box-and-whisker plot a graph that uses a box to represent the middle 50% of the data and line segments (whiskers) at both ends to remainder of the data
coefficient a numberical factor in a term of an algebraic expression (ex. 3 is the coefficient in 3x)
combining like terms when working with an expression, combining terms that have the same variable raised to the same power
Created by: slpinder