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Math 8

Function a set of ordered pairs in which none of the first elements of the pairs appears twice.
Relation A set of ordered pairs.
Input A set of X values
Output A set of Y values
Independent Variable A variable that can change its value freely and without being affected by any other variable(s) for its value.
Dependent Variable The output number of a function
Domain The set of all possible input values for a function or relation.
Range The set of all possible values for the output of the function.
Common Difference The constant difference between any two successive terms in an arithmetic sequence.
Coordinate Plane A plane formed by two intersecting and perpendicular number lines used to help locate the position of any point on a map or graph.
Vertical Line Test A method used to check whether or not a relation is a function.
Evaluate To calculate the value of.
Function Notation is essentially replacing "y = " in your equations with "f(x) =".
Linear Function A function of the type y = f(x) = ax + b because its graph is a straight line.
Created by: 15DanGro