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flash cards math vocab quiz

TermDefinition
relation any set of ordered pairs
range any set of y- coordinates
domain any set of x-coordinates
independent variable the variable for any domain (can be any #)
dependent variable the variable for the range ( depends on the domain)
function a special relation where each member of the domain is paired with the exactly one member of the range
run the horizontal change
rise the vertical change
function table an organized representation of the input, rule, and output.
slope ration of the rise to the run the steepness of a line
constant rate of change when the ratio of two variable quantities is constant
y- intercept steepness of a straight line
constant of proportionality/ direct variation the constant rate of change between two points
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