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What is a variable? A symbol that can be replaced by a member of a set of numbers or other objects.
What is a function? A corresponding between 2 variables that each first value corresponds to one of the second variable.
What is stopping distance? The sum of the thinking distance and braking distance.
What is the vertical line test? No vertical line intersects the graph of a function more than one time.
What is the distributive property? c(a+b)= ca+cb
What is the formula for a quadrilateral? A= 1/2d1d2
What is a sequence? A function whose domain is the set of natural numbers or the natural numbers from 1 to n.
What does a recursive formula indicate? The first term and, tells how the nth term is related to one or more of the previous terms.
What is an explicit formula? It lets you calculate a specific term without having to calculate the first terms.
Created by: PBenn87