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McCarn's Math Terms

McCarn's Third Qtr. Math Terms

range difference between greatest and lowest value
output any possible result that occurs in a experiment
function rule equation that describes a function
dependent when you take some out of 1st event, it doesn't affect what is in the 2nd event
distributive property multiplication affects addition or subtraction 2(3+1/2)=2x3+2x1/2
coefficient numerical factor in any term of polynomial
communitive property changing the order of addends doesn't change the sum
associative property changing the grouping of addends doesn't change the sum
slope ratio that describes steepness
x intercept x coordinate for point where line crosses x axis
y intercept y coordinate for point where line crosses y axis
properties fo equality some number is subtracted from each side of equation results are equal
equation mathmatical sentence with an equal sign
slope intercept form equation written in form of y=mx+b
standard form number written using digits and place value
input for each input their is always 1 output
function rule equation that describes a funtion
variable letter that stands for a number
solution any value that makes an equation or inequality true
Created by: crazyteacher