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Algebra ABC Book

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Jon Ontiveros

on 25 May 2011

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A axis it is two perpendicular lines that are used to locate points on a cordinate plain B Binomial it is the sum or two monomials C constants it is the monomials that are real numbers D domain it is the set of all first cordinance from the orderd pair in a relation E equation it is a mathmatical sentence that contains an equal sign F formula an equation that states a rule for a relationsip between certain quantities G graph to draw or plot the points named by certain numbers or ordered pairs on a number line or coordinate plain, respectivly H hypotenuse side of a right triangle opposite the right angle I INEQUALTIY a mathematical sentence having the symbols <, >, <=, >= J K L N O P R S T U V W X Y Z M Q :) BY: AJA AND JON Joint Variation Directly with two or more variables. Kilometer A metric unit of measurement equal to 1,000 meters (approximately 0.62 miles) Linear Like a line. A description of any graph or data that can be modeled by a linear polynomial. Mode The number that occurs the most often in a list No Slope The "slope" of a vertical line. A vertical line has undefined slope because all points on the line have the same x-coordinate. Origin On the coordinate plane, the point (0, 0). That is, the point of intersection of the x- and y-axes Parent Functions A set of basic functions used as building blocks for more complicated functions. Quadratic An equation, graph, or data that can be modeled by a degree 2 polynomial. Range The set of y-values of a function or relation. More generally, the range is the set of values assumed by a function or relation L O P E A number which is used to indicate the steepness of a line, as well as indicating whether the line is tilted uphill or downhill. Slope is indicated by the letter m. Trinomial A polynomial with three terms which are not like terms. The following are all trinomials:
x2 + 2x - 3, 3x5 - 8x4 + x3, and a2b + 13x + c Undefined As a result the formula denominator of 0, which makes the slope undefined. Variable A quantity that can change or that may take on different values. Whole Number term with inconsistent definitions by different authors. All distinguish whole numbers from fractions and numbers with fractional parts. X-intercept A point at which a graph intersects the x-axis. The x-intercepts of a function must be real numbers, unlike roots and zeros Y-intercept A point at which a graph intersects the y-axis. Zero Slope The slope of a horizontal line. A horizontal line has slope 0 because all its points have the same y-coordinate. S
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