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Unit 2: Math Vocab

relation- a set of ordered pairs
function- a relation between a set of inputs and a set of permissible outputs that at least has one output
independent variable- a variable that doesn't depend on another variable
dependent variable- a variable that depends on another variable
input- independent variable, domain
output- dependent variable, range
domain- the set of values(x), which represents the independent variable
range- the set of values(y), which represents the dependent variable
vertical line test- a test to determine if a variable is a function or not
coordinate plane- a plane that shows x and y values, where you can plot points
evaluate- to solve a problem
function notation- a way to indicate if an equation is a function
linear- the equation of a straight line
common difference- the difference between a set of numbers in an arithmetic sequence
Created by: 83MaiSma