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Ch 1 Algebra 2

Language of Algebra

Algebraic Expression when numbers and variables are combined using the operations of arithmetic.
Algebraic Sentence consistes of expressions related with a verb the most common verb are =, <, >, the greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to symbol.
Function A relation in which no two different ordered pairs have the same first coordinate
Opposite of a Sum Theorem -(a+b) = -a + -b
Explicit Formula t(n)= n(n+1)/2
Recursive Formula a set of statements that a. indicates the first term (or first few terms) b. tells how the nth term is related to one or more of the previous terms.
Vertical Line Theorem (Vertical-line test for functions) NO vertical line intersects the graph of a function in more than one point.
Created by: victoriapugsley