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Pattern A series of numbers or figures that follows a rule. Example: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
Equation A mathematical statement with an equal sign. Example: X + 1 = 2
Function (f) A mathematical relationship from a set of inputs to a set of outputs. (The rule being applied) Example: Input: 8, Output: 10, Rule: +2
Ordered Pairs Two numbers that give the location of a point on a graph, map, or grid. Example: (7,10)
Y-Axis The vertical axis of a graph and the second coordinate in an ordered pair. Example: (2,4), Y-Axis= 4
X-Axis The horizontal axis of a graph and the first coordinate in an ordered pair. Example: (2,4), X-Axis= 2
Solution(s) The answer(s) to a problem. Example: 9 + 1 = 10; 10 is the solution
Plot To place points on a coordinate plane, graph or map.
Variable A symbol used to represent a number or group of numbers. Example: X = 3
Function Table A T-Chart that lists the input and outputs of the function.
Coordinates The numbers in an ordered pair. Ex: (3,5)
Domain (x) The set of all input values of a function.
Range The set of all actual output values of a function.
Created by: Miss.Hankes