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Algebra 1 EOC


Y- Axis The vertical axis in a plane coordinate system
Origin the point (0,0) on a coordinate grid
Function A set
Domain the x values to a set orderd pair
X-Axis the horizontal axis in a plane coordinate system
Range the y values to a set in a orderd pair
Discreate in
Ordered Pair a point in the form of (X,Y) or (X(X,X))
Variable a letter used to represent a qauntiy in math
Vertical Line Test a method used to determina if its a function
Correlation the trend for a set of data.
Independent Varable the x value of the function also the domain
Dependent Varable they y value of the function also the range
The Symbol f(X) means y
Evaluate To Solve
Commutative Property the order of the numbers change
Associative Property The groups change (parenthesis change)
Distributive property The numbers in a sum or difference are both multiplied by the same value.
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Proportion Compareison of to ratios
Created by: Dance1999