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Unit 3-Algebra

Unit 3 Vocab

QuestionAnswer
independent variable a variable whose variation does not depend on that of another
dependent variable a variable whose value depends on that of another
domain the set of all possible input values of a function
range the set of all possible output values of a function
function an input-output relationship that has exactly one output for each input
linear function a function whose graph is a straight line
vertical line test a visual way to determine if a curve is a graph of a function or not
relation a collection of ordered pairs
continuous a function whose graph does not have any breaks or holes
discrete a function whose graph has separate, distinct points
function notation the notation f(x) used to describe a function
Created by: heather.lander