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11th Algebra 2 Build

11th Algebra 2 Builders VOCABULARY LESSON 1 -8

QuestionAnswer
INEQUALITY IS A TYPE OF PROBLEM THAT OFTEN HAS A SET OF ANSWERS AND CAN BE WRITTEN IN INTERVAL NOTATION
FUNCTION A RELATION IN WHICH EVERY INPUT HAS EXACTLY ONE OUTPUT
RANGE IS THE SECOND SET OF ELEMENTS IN ORDERED PAIR OR TABLE
EQUATION A MATHEMATICAL STATEMENT THAT SHOWS TWO EXPRESSIONS ARE EQUIVALENT
DOMAIN IS THE SET OF FIRST ELEMENTS IN ORDERED PAIR OR TABLE
SOLUTION A VALUE FOR THE VARIABLE OR AN ORDERED PAIR THAT MAKES AN EQUATION TRUE
INVERSE FUNCTION A FUNCTION THAT RESULTS FROM INTERCHANGING THE DOMAIN AND RANGE VALUES OF ONE TO ONE FUNCTION
COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY FOR ALL REAL NUMBERS a AND b, a+b=b+a OR ab=ba
DISCRETE FUNCTION A FUNCTION WHOSE GRAPH CONSIST OF SEPARATE POINTS
ASSOCIATIVE PROPERTY FOR ALL REAL NUMBERS, a, b, AND c,(a+b)+c=a+(b+c)
DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY FOR ALL REAL NUMBERS a, b, and c, a(b+c)=ab+ac
CONTINUOUS FUNCTION A FUNCTION WHOSE GRAPH HAS NO GAPS OR BREAKS
MULTIPLICATIVE INVERSE PROPERTY FOR ALL NUMBERS A, B, AND C, Ax1/A=1
ADDITIVE INVERSE PROPERTY FOR ALL REAL NUMBERS A,B AND C, A+(-A)=0
SLOPE THE RATIO OF THE VERTICAL CHANGE TO THE HORIZONTAL CHANGE
PARALLEL LINES LINES THAT HAVE THE SAME SLOPE
SCATTER PLOT A GRAPH WITH POINTS PLOTTED TO FIND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO SETS OF DATA
PERPENDICULAR LINES LINES WHOSE SLOPES ARE NEGATIVE RECIPROCAL
PARENT FUNCTION THE MOST BASIC FUNCTION IN A FAMILY OF FUNCTIONS
TRANSFORMATION WAYS TO MANIPULATE A GRAPHS, SIZE, SHAPE, POSITION, OR ORIENTATION
REPRESENTATIONS MODELS, GRAPHS, EQUATIONS, TABLES, AND VERBAL DESCRIPTIONS OF DATA
DISCRIMINANT PART OF THE QUADRATIC FORMULA THAT IS USED TO DETERMINE THE NUMBER AND TYPE OF ROOTS
LINEAR PROGRAMMING A METHOD OF FINDING A MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM VALUE OF A LINEAR FUNCTION
RADICAL A EXPRESSION IN THE FORM OF SQUARE ROOT
SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS A SET OF TWO OR MORE EQUATIONS THAT HAVE TWO OR MORE VARIALES
POLYNOMIAL A MONOMIAL OR A SUM OF MONOMIALS
COMPLEX NUMBER A NUMBER WRITTEN IN THE FORM A+BI WHERE A AND B ARE REAL NUMBERS
VERTICAL FORM OF A QUADRATIC FUNCTION F(X)=A(X-H)^2+K
STANDARD FORM OF A QUADRATIC FUNCTION F(X)=AX^2+BX+C
PARABOLA THE SHAPE OF THE GRAPH OF A QUADRATIC FUNCTION
ZERO OF A FUNCTION VALUES OF X FOR WHICH F(X)=0
AXIS OF SYMMETRY THE LINE THAT DIVIDES THE GRAPH INTO HALVES
RATIONAL NUMBER A NUMBER THAT CAN BE EXPRESSED AS THE RATIO OF TWO INTEGERS AND THE DENOMINATOR CANNOT EQUAL ZERO
CONJUGATE TWO BINOMIALS THAT ARE THE SAME EXCEPT THE MIDDLE SIGNS ARE OPPOSITE
IRRATIONAL NUMBER A NUMBER THAT NEITHER REPEATS OR TERMINATES
VERTEX OF THE PARABOLA THE MAXIMUM OR MINIMUM POINT ON A PARABOLA
EXTRANEOUS SOLUTION
RADICAND
END BEHAVIOR
ASYMPTOTE
INVERSE VARIATION
DISCONTINUITY
COMPLEX FRACTION
LEAST COMMON DENOMINATOR
DIRECT VARIATION
EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION
LOGARITHMIC FUNCTION
EXPONENTIAL GROWTH
EXPONENTIAL DECAY
NATURAL BASE e
COMMON LOGARITHM
NATURAL LOGARITHM
CONICS
CIRCLE
FOCUS OF THE PARABOLA
LATUS RECTUM OF A PARABOLA
CENTER OF A CIRCLE
RADIUS OF A CIRCLE
HYPERBOLA
TRANSVERSE AXIS OF A HYPERBOLA
MAJOR AXIS OF AN ELLIPSE
ELLIPSE
MINOR AXIS OF AN ELLIPSE
VERTICES OF AND ELLIPSE
CO-VERTICES OF AN ELLIPSE
FOCI OF AN ELLIPSE
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