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# Math vocab

### Philip Pukis Math Vocab.

TermDefinition
X-Intercept A coordinate where a graph intersects the X axis.
Function A relation in which every domain value is paired with exactly one rang value.
Scatter plot A graph that displays a possible relationship between two sets of data.
Coefficient A number that is multiplied by a variable.
Slope The rate of change of a line, compares the change in the dependent variable to the change in the independent variable.
Inequality A statement that compares two expressions by using a sign other than the equal sign.
Correlation The relationship between two sets of data.
Equation A mathematical statement in which two expressions are equivalent.
Line of Best Fit The line that comes close to most points in a data set.
Evaluate One must substitute any number for the variable and simplify using the order of operations in an algebraic expression.
Domian The set of all the second coordinates (or X-values) of a relation or function.
Range The set of all the second coordinates (or Y-values) of a relation or function.
Sequence A list of numbers that often forms a pattern.
Expression A mathematical phrase that contains operations, numbers, and/or variables.
Compound Inequality An inequality that combines two inequalities in one statement by using the words "and' and "or."
Inverse Function A function that
Proportion A mathematical phase that states two ratios are equal.
Similar When two figures have the same shape but not necessarily the same size.
Geometric Sequence When a sequence has a common ratio.
Arithmetic Sequence When a sequence has a common difference.
Negative Correlation When the x-variable increases as the y-variable decreases.
Positive Correlation When the x-variable increases as the y-variable increases.
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