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Algebra Vocab: U. 3

Vocabulary List for Math Class Unit Three

TermDefinition
Function a clearly defined rule that converts an input into exactly one output
Function Notation indicates what the rule, input, and output is. Serves two purposes: (1) to tell us the rule is and (2) to specify an output for a given input. y = f(x)
Piecewise Linear Function
Maximum output values the highest possible outputs in a function
Minimum output values the lowest possible inputs in a function
Non-linear function a function that doesn't make a straight line on a graph
Quadratic Function
x-intercept where y = 0. This is also called the function zeroes
y-intercept the y-value where the graph crosses the y-axis. ALL y-intercepts happen when x = 0
zeroes of a function
increasing function
decreasing function
Turning points also means verticies
Relative maximum or minimum
inputs
outputs
average rate of change how fast the output is changing compared to the input
slope
domain
range
roster notation
Relation a correspondence between a first set, the domain, and a second set, the range, such that each element of the domain corresponds to at least one element of the range
Created by: Amo.Alexa.1920