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chapter 5 function

key words

constant of variation the constant ratio in a direct variation.
constant rate of change the nrate of change in a liner relationship.
direct variation the relationship between two variable quantities that have a constant ratio.
domain the set of input values for a function.
function a relationship which assigns exactly one output value for each input value.
function tabel a tabel used to organize the input numbers,output numbers,and function rule.
function rule the operation preformed on the input of a function
inverse variation a relationship where the product of x and y is a constant k. as x increases in value, y decreases in value, x increases in value
linear functoin a function for which the graph is a straight line.
range the set of output values for a function.
rate of change a rate that describes how one quantity changes in relation to another. a rate of change is usually expressed as a unit rate
slope the rate of change between any two points on a line. the ratio of vertical change to horizontal change. the slope tells how steep the line is
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