Is the set of second coordinates in a relation. (All of the Y's.)

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Quadratic Formula

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Root

Front

X-Intercept

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Zero

Front

X-Intercept

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Rational Numbers

Front

Are numbers that can be written in the form a/b, where a and b are integers with b = 0. They include integers, fractions, terminating/repeating decimals, and perfect squares

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Point-Slope Form

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Direct Variation

Front

Means that as X increases, Y increases, or as X decreases, Y decreases.

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Y-Axis

Front

The vertical line on a graph.

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Polynomials

Front

The sum or difference of two or more monomials.

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Domain

Front

Is the set of first coordinates in a relation. (All of the X's.)

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Monomial

Front

Is a single term.

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Origin

Front

(0,0)

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Inverse Variation

Front

Mean that as X increases, Y decreases.

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Trinomial

Front

The sum or difference of three monomials.

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Solution

Front

X-Intercept

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Quadrants

Front

Four regions into which a coordinate plane is divided by the x-axis and the y-axis.

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Slope Of A Line

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Relation

Front

Is a set of orders pairs.

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Dependent

Front

Y

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Irrational Numbers

Front

Are non-repeating, non-terminating decimals, and square roots of numbers that not perfect squares.

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X-Axis

Front

The horizontal line on a graph.

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Perfect Squares

Front

Are the product of a number times itself, the square roots are always integers.

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Linear Function

Front

Is a function whose graph is a straight line.

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Slope

Front

Measures the steepness of a line. It is the rate of vertical change to horizontal change.

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Variables

Front

Symbols used to represent numbers.

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Slope-Intercept Form

Front

y=mx+b

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Parabola

Front

A quadratic function.

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Midpoint

Front

A segment is the point that is equal distances from both endpoints of the segment.

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Binomial

Front

The sum or difference of two monomials.

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Axis Of Symmetry

Front

Reflects one part of the parabola of the other.

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Independent

Front

X

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Rate Of Change

Front

Slope

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Vertical Line Test

Front

Is a "test" that you can perform on a graph to determine if the graph represents function. A graph represents a function if all vertical lines drawn through the graph intersect the graph at only one point.

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Vertex

Front

Is where the parabola reaches a minimum or a maximum.