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Chapter 1

Algebraic Expression numbers and variables are combined using the operations
Algebraic Sentence an algebraic expression containing an =
Dependent Variable range of a function
Independent Variable domain of a function
Natural/Counting Numbers numbers such as 1,2,3,4
Whole Numbers counting numbers and also 0
Integers includes negative numbers
Rational Numbers include fractions, decimals, and square roots
f(x) notation used instead of y
Function a relation in which no two different ordered pairs have the same first coordinate
Theorem (Vertical Line Test) no vertical line intersects the graph of a function in more than one point
Distributive Property c(a+b)=ca+cb
Opposite of a Sum Theorem -(a=b)= -a+ -b
Term each number in a sequence
Explicit Formula for the Nth Term t(n)= n(n+1)/2
Recursive Formula indicates the first term, and tells how the nth term is related to the previous terms
Created by: acaforever