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Math Vocab Unit 5

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Recurisve Series A type of series in which the values of terms originate from other terms in the series.
Linear The set of points on the coordinate plane that results in a line.
Function A rule of matching elements of two sets of numbers in which an input value from the first set has only on eoutput value in the second set.
Common Difference In an arithmetic sequence, the nonzero constant difference of any term and the previous term.
Relation A rule that gives an output number for every valid input number.
Input The set of possible values for the first coordinate of a function (domain).
Arithmetic Sequence A sequence whose successive terms differ by the same nonzero number d, called the common difference.
Output The set of possible values for the second coordinate of a function (range).
Recursive A sequence in which one or more previous terms are used to generate the next term.
Explicit Series A type of series in which the values of terms originate from the location of the term in the series.
Created by: Squirtz99