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Algebra II Chapter 1

Terms and definitions from Chapter 1

dependent variable The output of a function; a variable whose value depends on the input value.
domain The set of all possible inputs of a relation or function.
function A relation in which every input is paired with exactly one output.
independent variable The input of a function; a variable whose value determines the value of the output, or dependent variable.
parent function The simplest function with the defining characteristics of the family.
principal root The positive root of a number, indicated by the radical sign.
radicand The expression under a radical sign.
reflection A transformation that reflects, or “flips,” a graph or figure across a line, called the line of reflection, such that each reflected point is the same distance from the line of reflection but is on the opposite side of the line.
relation A set of ordered pairs.
scientific notation A method of writing very large or very small numbers, by using powers of 10.
set A collection of items called elements.
set-builder notation A notation for a set that uses a rule to describe the properties of the elements of the set.
subset A set that is contained entirely within another set. Set B is a subset of set A if every element of B is contained in A.
transformation A change in the position, size, or shape of a figure or graph
translation A transformation that shifts or slides every point of a figure or graph the same distance in the same direction.
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