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Math Flash Cards

TermDefinition
Slope The rate at which the y value of a linear function rises or falls as x increases.
Coefficient The number that is multiplied by the variable; 3x has a coefficient of 3.
Linear Equation An equation that when graphed will form a line
Linear Inequality An inequality that when graphed will form a line that divides the coordinate plane into a shaded region and unshaded region.
Dependent A type of system that has only one visible line on the graph.
Independent A type of system that has two visible lines on the graph.
Difference The answer when subtracting
Y-Intercept The point where the graph crosses the Y axis
Coordinate On the coordinate plane, the pair of numbers giving the location of a point (ordered pair).
Function Can be linear, quadratic, absolute value, exponential, inequality, etc.
Created by: matjoh