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Alg I LAP 6

TermDefinition
linear equation a polynomial equation with a degree of one
greatest common monomial factor greatest common factor of all the terms in the polynomial
conjugates two binomials that are the sum and difference of the same two terms
quadratic equation a polynomial equation with a degree of two
cubic equation a polynomial equation with a degree of three
double root a solution of an equation that occurs two times
perfect square an expression or number that is the square of an expression or number
prime number an integer greater than one whose only positive factors are one and the number itself
composite number a positive integer that is not prime
Zero Product Property If ab = 0 then either a = 0 or b = 0
difference of two squares product of a pair of conjugates
Created by: mcchesney