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Unit 1 Vocab Quiz 1

y = mx + b slope-intercept form
** slope formula
a relation is not a function if a vertical line intersects it's graph at more than one point vertical line test
Ax + By = C Standard form
systems with no solutions inconsistent
region of all possible solutions formed by a system of equations or inequalities feasible region
systems with one or many solutions consistent
systems with infinite solutions dependent
slystems with exactly one solution independent
something that is possible in a given situation constraints
F(x,y) = Ax + By objective function
conditions that limit a situation constraints
a point or set of points such that the coordinates of the points make both equations in a system true solution of a system
a function that is defined using different rules for the different non-overlapping intervals of its domain piecewise defined function
a solution of a system in three variables ordered triple
Created by: pshuffield29