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# 8 Math Vocab

A single number, a variable, or a coefficient-variable multiplied together Term
Terms with matching variables, matching exponents, and constants Algebraic Terms
A number that is multiplied with a variable in an algebraic term Coefficient. Example in 4x, the coefficient is the number 4.
A letter symbol that stands in for a number that we don't know yet in an algebraic term Variable. Example in 4x-7 = 5, the variable is the letter x
A number on its own (it's "constantly lonely") Constant. Examples x + 5 = 9, the constants are 5 and 9
A set of values that show where a point is on a plane (graph) Coordinates (x,y)
y1 – y2 x1 – x2 Slope Formula
A slope that RISES upward from Left/Quadrant 3 to Right/Quadrant 1 Positive Slope
A slope that FALLS from Left(Quadrant 4) to Right/Quadrant 2 Negative Slope
Vertical lines on a coordinate plane (graph) No Slope/Undefined
Horizontal lines on a coordinate plane (graph) Zero Slope
An equation where the graph is a line; The points on the line are the solutions to the equation. Linear Equation
Name the steps to graph a linear equation. 1. Make a table of values using the equation 2. Plot the (x,y) ordered pairs 3. Draw a line through points with arrows 4. Write the original equation on the line
Lines that intersect and form vertical angles; The angles are opposite from each other and are congruent Vertical Angles
A1 A prime
Adding the same number to each side of an equation produces an equivalent equation The Addition Property of Equality
Subtracting the same number from each side of an equation produces an equivalent equation The Subtraction Property of Equality
Multiplying each side of an equation by the same number (its reciprocal) produces an equivalent equation The Multiplication Property of Equality
Dividing each side of an equation by the same number produces an equivalent equation The Division Property of Equality
A figure that SLIDES in any direction or distance and creates a new image a Translation
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