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Math ABC Book

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Math ABC Book
Common Ratio
Def:The fixed number used to find terms in a geometric sequence.
Distributive Property
Def: To distribute a number on the outside to the other numbers within the parenthesis.
Absolute Value
Def: The distance that a number is from zero on the number line.
Binomial
Def: an algebraic expression that consists of two terms.
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(Communitive Property)
Exponent
Def: a number that shows related multiplication
(Trinomial Equation)
F.O.I.L
Def: First
Outside
Inside
Last
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(Distributive Property)
pattern
Greatest Common Factor
Def: The highest number that divides exactly into two or more different numbers
Hexagon
Def: a plane figure with six straight sides and angles, looks like an octogon.
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Inequality
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Joint Variation
Kite
Mean
Def: The average
Def: Joint variation is the same as direct variation with two or more quantities.
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def: an algebraic equation that is not equal to zero.
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def: A 4-sided flat shape with straight sides that,
has two pairs of sides, and each pair is made of two adjacent sides (they meet) that are equal in length.
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perimeter
Linear Equation
Def: A linear equation is an algebraic equation in which each term is a constant and makes a line.
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mode
Number Line
def: a line of numbers that are marked at intervals, used to illustrate simple numerical operations.
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Origin
Def: the point or place where something begins.
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Parabola
Def:is the curve formed from all the points
Quadratic Equation
def: the formula: ax2 + bx + c = 0
Radicals
def: the sign of a square root
System of Equations
def: a line right down the middle of a parabola.
Trinomial
def: algebraic expression that consists of three terms.
Undefined
def:not clear
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Vertex
def: where two lines meet
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Whole Number
def: a number without fractions; an integer.
X-intercept
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def:the x-intercepts are where the graph crosses the x-axis
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Zero Slope
def: pretty self explanatory.
Y-intercept
def:where the line crosses the y-axis
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