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Unit 5b

Math 3

Function A relationship where each input has a single output. Example: j(x)= x/2
Function Rule Describes the relationship between each input and output. Example: x+6 Rule is +6 to each number
Function Table How to organize the input-output values. Example: x+8 9+8 5+8
Independent Variable The input of a function table. Example: 12 12+8
Dependent Variable Output of the function. Example: 12+8 Output=20
Sequence A list of numbers in a specific order. Example: 1 2 3 4 5
Term Each number in the sequence. Example: 1 3 5
Arithmetic Sequences that can be found by adding the same numbers. Example: 1+4, 2+4, 3+4
Sequences A group of sequences. Example: 1+3 2+3 3+3
Geometric Sequences that can be found by multiplying by the same number. Example: 1*4, 2*4, 3*4
Linear Function A function whose graph is a line. Example: 1,15 2,30 3, 45
Created by: JoeQuartuccio22