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Cards (46)

Section 1

(46 cards)

Cube Root

Front

This is a number that when multiplied by itself three times equals a given number.

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Slope

Front

The ___ tells how fast a line rises or falls between any two points on that line. Algebraically it is expressed as (y2 - y1)/ (x2 - x1) for the line passing through (x1, y1) and (x2, y2).

Back

X-axis Reflection

Front

This is flipping an image over the x-axis. The coordinates change from (x, y) to (x, -y).

Back

Rational

Front

Any number that can be written as a fraction, any number without a decimal or fraction, fractions, and any numbers with decimal portions that end or repeat.

Back

Adjacent Supplementary Angles

Front

These are two angles that add up to 180° that share a common vertex.

Back

Rotation Theorem:

Front

A rotation is an isometry

Back

Slope Intercept

Front

The equation y = mx + b is in ___-____ form. (2 words)

Back

Y-Intercept

Front

This is a point at which a graph intersects the y-axis.

Back

Exponential Equation

Front

An equation that involves a number raised to a variable power.

Back

Positive Slope

Front

A line extending from the lower left to the upper right has this type of slope.

Back

Perfect Square

Front

A number whose square roots are integers or quotients of integers.

Back

Scientific Notation

Front

This is a shorthand way of writing very large or very small numbers, in which a number is expressed as a number between 1 and 10, times 10 raised to an exponent. It is called ____ notation.

Back

Parallel Lines

Front

These are two lines that do not intersect.

Back

Y-axis Reflection

Front

This is flipping an image over the y-axis. The coordinates change from (x, y) to (-x, y).

Back

Point-Slope Form

Front

The equation of a line in this form y - y1 = m ( x - x1) is called the ____-_____form.A form of writing a linear equation when you are given 2 points. y - y1 = m(x - x1).

Back

Negative Slope

Front

A line extending from the upper left to the lower right has this type of slope.

Back

Rate Of Change

Front

Often considered the slope, this is the comparison of two different quantities that are changing.

Back

Same Side Exterior Angles

Front

Two angles that lie outside parallel lines on the same sides of the transversal.

Back

Rotation

Front

Turns the pre-image based on the angle given. you must know the center of rotation and angle of rotation. Rotations are counterclockwise unless told differently. 90 degrees (-y,x) 180 degrees (-x,-y) 270 degrees (y,-x) This is moving a figure around a fixed point, which may be inside, on the edge, or outside the figure. Movement may be clockwise or counterclockwise.

Back

Alternate Interior Angles

Front

Two angles that lie between parallel lines on opposite sides of the transversal (but not a linear pair).Alternate angles are formed on opposite sides of the transversal and at different intersecting points.

Back

Interior Angles

Front

The angles that lie in the area between the two parallel lines that are cut by a transversal, are called interior angles.

Back

Vector Components

Front

Vectors are line segments that show directionality between two points.

Back

Scale Factor

Front

This is the ratio of any two corresponding lengths in two similar geometric figures.

Back

Center of Rotation

Front

Fixed point that an object is rotated around

Back

Irrational Numbers

Front

These are numbers that cannot be written as fractions, numbers with decimals that do not end or repeat.

Back

Supplementary Angles

Front

Two angles whose measures add up to 180 degrees are called ____.

Back

Maximum

Front

The highest point on a graph in the domain of the function.This is the greatest value in a list of numbers.

Back

Square Root

Front

This is a number that must be multiplied times itself to equal a given number. The quantity of b in b2= a.

Back

Corresponding Angles

Front

Two angles that occupy corresponding positions.When two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, pairs of corresponding angles are formed.

Back

Pythagorean Theorem

Front

This is the mathematical relation relating the three sides, a, b, c, of a right triangle.

Back

Alternate Exterior Angles

Front

Two angles that lie outside parallel lines on opposite sides of the transversal.

Back

Quadratic Equation

Front

An equation with a degree of 2.

Back

Intercepts

Front

The points where a graph crosses the x- and y-axis are called the _____.

Back

Minimum

Front

The lowest point on a graph in the domain of the function.This is the smallest value of a data set.

Back

Dilation

Front

A transformation that stretches or shrinks a figure to create a similar figure.A transformation that increases or decreased the size of a figure according to the scale factor.

Back

Perfect Cube

Front

A number whose cube roots are integers or quotient of integers.

Back

Reflection Over The Line Y = X

Front

This is flipping an image over the line y = x. The coordinates change from (x, y) to (y, x).

Back

Range

Front

The output of a function or relation, or the set of y-values that a graph is defined for, is called the ___.

Back

Same Side Interior Angles

Front

Two angles that lie between parallel lines on the same sides of the transversal.

Back

translation

Front

A shift of a graph horizontally, vertically, or both, which results in a graph of the same shape and size, but in a different position.

Back

Transversal

Front

A line, ray, or segment that intersects 2 or more COPLANAR lines, rays, or segments.A transversal is a line which intersects two or more lines in a plane. The intersected lines do not have to be parallel.

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X-Intercept

Front

This is a point at which a graph intersects the x-axis.

Back

Adjacent Angles

Front

These are two angles in a plane which share a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap.

Back

Reflection

Front

This is flipping a figure over the axis of symmetry. Every point has a corresponding point in the new image on the opposite side of the axis of symmetry, except when the point lies on the axis.

Back

Domain

Front

The set of all x-values in a relation.

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Angle of Rotation:

Front

The angle formed by rays drawn from the center of rotation to a point and its image

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