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8 CK SPEED DEMONS

8th CK - MATH SPEED DEMONS - COMPLETE

TermDefinition
Ordered pairs - pairs of numbers used to locate points in the coordinate grid, (x,y)
X-axis - the horizontal number line
Y-axis -the vertical number line
coordinate plane the plane containing the x- and y- axes
Slope – the ratio of the rise to the run as you move from one point to another along a line
Y-intercept - the coordinate at which a graph intersects the y-axes
Linear equation - an equation whose graph is a line
Independent variable – the variable in a function whose value is subject to choice, it affects the value of the dependent variable
Dependent variable - the variable in a function whose value is determined by the independent variable
T-chart (table) - a table that is used to show the x and y coordinates of a line
Linear graph - formed from an equation whose graph is a line
Function - a relationship between input and output in which the output depends on the input, a relation in which each element of the domain is paired with exactly one element of the range
CBL2 – Calculator Based Lab
CBR – Calculator Based Ranger (motion detector)
Temperature – the average kinetic energy of the molecules in a substance
Kinetic Energy – the energy of an object due to its motion
Potential Energy – energy associated with an object due to its position
electricity – a form of energy that occurs in nature and is observable; a natural phenomenon that can be produced by friction
Circuit – any complete path along which charge can flow
Conductor – material through which electric charge can flow (usually a metal)
Electron – negatively charged subatomic particle
Charge the fundamental electrical property to which the mutual attractions or repulsions between electrons or protons is attributed
Volts – the SI unit of electric potential; one ________is the electric potential difference across which 1 coulomb of charge gains or loses one joule of energy
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