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Alg I LAP 8

Math

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By = C standard equation of a horizontal line
Ax = C standard equation of a vertical line
Ax + By = C standard form of a linear equation
y = mx + b slope-intercept form of a linear equation
methods to graph lines t-chart, intercepts, slope-intercept
abscissa x coordinate of an ordered pair
ordinate y coordinate of an ordered pair
ordered pairs (x,y), (2,3)
quadrants four regions into which the coordinate axes separate the plane
domain x values of a relation
range y values of a relation
horizontal axis x axis
vertical axis y axis
relation any set of ordered pairs
function a relation in which every x value is paired with one and only one y value
x intercept point at which the line crosses the x axis
y intercepts point at which the line crosses the y axis
(0,0) origin
positive slope moves up from left to right
negative slope moves down from left to right
Created by: mcchesney