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Math III Unit 4 Ls 2

Terms for Lesson 2

TermDefinition
Intercept The point at which a curve intersects an axis
Zero of a function The x value that makes the function equal to zero
Interval where a function is increasing An interval where the function's slope is positive
Interval where a function is decreasing An interval where the function's slope is negative
Relative Maximum The value of a function at a certain point in its domain, which is greater than or equal to the values at all other points in the immediate vicinity of the point
Relative Minimum The value of a function at a certain point in its domain, which is less than or equal to the values at all other points in the immediate vicinity of the point
Symmetry The correspondence in size, form, and arrangement of parts on opposite sides of a plane, line, or point
End Behavior The behavior of the graph of f(x) as x approaches positive infinity or negative infinity
Periodicity The tendency of a function to repeat itself in a regular pattern at established intervals
Average rate of change of a function A ratio between change in variables over a specific period of time
Created by: Jeanievictory