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Diameter Line segment inside a Circle Through the middle.
Radius Line. From the center of a circle to the edge.
Probability Ratio
Parameter Distance around outside of an object
Area Space inside
Circumference Distance around a circle.
Function A relation for each input has exactly one output
vertex The highest and lowest point on a graph.
slope Rise over run.
range output y
domain input x
relation Mapping or pairing Inputs and outputs.
parallel Lines in the same plane that don't intersect.
perpendicular Meet at a 90 degree angle.
y-intercept The point where a graph intersects the y-axis.
x-intercept A point where a graph intersects the x-axis.
absolute value distance Away from zero
slope intercept form y=mx+b
m slope
b y intercept
parallelogram A=l∙w or b∙h
Square A=s^2
triangle A=1/2∙l∙w
trapezoid A=h(b1+b2) 2
rectangle A=l∙w
circumference◎ C=¶∙d C=2¶r
area◎ ¶r^2
pi 3.14
Linear equation Models of linear function (f(x)=mx+b)
origin (0,0)
Created by: dominator22