The radical sign, it indicates the degree of the root

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Constant

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A term that has no variable

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Discrete Graph

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A graph composed of isolated points

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Recursive Formula of a Geometric Sequence

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Standard Form of a Quadratic Equation

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Range

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The possible values for the output of a relation (the y values)

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Domain

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The possible values for the input of a relation (the x values)

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Function

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A relation that assigns exactly one value in the range to each value of the domain

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Parabola

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The graph of a quadratic function

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System of Equations

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Two or more equations using the same variables

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Reciprocal

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The multiplicative inverse of a number (fraction turned upside down)

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Point Slope Form

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Undefined Slope

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The graph of a vertical line

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Coefficient

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The number before the variable

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Zero Exponent

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All non zero numbers raised to the zero power equal 1

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Quadratic Formula

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Shading 1/2 Planes When Graphing Inequalities

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Use the test point (0,0), if (0,0) is a solution, shade the area on that side of the boundary. If (0,0) is not a solution, shade the area on the other side of the boundary.

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Literal Equation

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An equation involving two or more variables

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Completing the Square

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A method used to solve Quadratic equations, best to use when a=1 but the problem can not be factored.

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Diamond Method Factoring

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Place the constant in the top section, the coefficient of x2 in the bottom section. Find two numbers whose product is the the top number and whose sum is the bottom number.

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FOIL

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First, Outside, Inside, Last (used to multiply two binomials)

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Multiply and Divide Exponents with the Same Base

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To multiply powers with the same base, add the exponents. To divide powers with the same base, subtract the exponents.

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Slide / Divide /Bottoms Up

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A method used to solve Quadratic equations with
a > 1. SLIDE: multiply the leading coefficient by the constant. DIVIDE: divide the constants of the factors by the original leading coefficient. BOTTOMS UP: move the denominator of simplified fractions to the front of the x in the binomial.

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Golden Rule of Inequalities

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Whenever you multiply or divide by a negative number, flip the direction of the inequality symbol

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Rate of Change

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The relationship between two quantities that are changing (Slope)

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Order of Operations

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Vertical Line Test

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Used to determine if a relation is a function or not

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Slopes of Perpendicular Lines

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Perpendicular lines have slopes whose product is -1 (their slopes are opposite reciprocals)

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Standard Form of a Linear Equation

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Explicit Formula of a Geometric Sequence

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Slope

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Slopes of Parallel Lines

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Lines are parallel if they have the same slope and different y-intercepts