Algebra 2 & Trigonometry

Algebra 2 & Trigonometry

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Cards (70)

Section 1

(50 cards)

Arc Length

Front

Back

The value that completes the square

Front

(b/2)^2

Back

Expand log (a^2)

Front

2loga

Back

Product of the roots of a Quadratic

Front

c/a

Back

Inverse of a Function

Front

Switch x values and y values

Back

Relation

Front

A set of ordered pairs

Back

Function

Front

no repeated x values Passes the vertical line test

Back

Expand log(a/b)

Front

loga-logb

Back

Quadratic Function

Front

y=ax^2+bx+c

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Amplitude

Front

The height of a trig function |a|

Back

Co-functions

Front

are equal when their angles add to 90 degrees. sine and cos sec and csc tan and cot

Back

Sum of the roots of a Quadratic

Front

-b/a

Back

Recipricol function of Tangent

Front

Cotangent

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expand log(ab)

Front

loga +logb

Back

i^2 is equal to

Front

-1

Back

when we multiply common bases exponents.....

Front

add

Back

Range of a Function

Front

y- values

Back

degrees to radians

Front

Back

Quadratic Formula

Front

Back

Equation of a circle in center-radius form

Front

...

Back

Onto Function

Front

A function whose range is all reall numbers or that uses all possible y-values

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Direct Variation

Front

Set up a proportion

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Describe the roots if b^2-4ac<0

Front

imaginary or complex

Back

What would a graph with imaginary roots look like?

Front

Back

Describe the roots if b^2-4ac=0

Front

real, rational, equal

Back

Excluded Values/undefined

Front

Any values of a variable that result in a denominator of zero

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Discriminant

Front

b²-4ac

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Distance Formula

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Back

Absolute Value Function

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Back

Exponential Growth

Front

Back

Recipricol function of Cosine

Front

Secant

Back

when we divide common bases exponents.....

Front

subtract

Back

One to One Function

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No y vales repeat Passes the horizontal line test

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Linear Function

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Back

Frequency

Front

The number of cycles from 0 to 2pi |b|

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The inverse of a function will reflect over......

Front

y=x

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Reference angle

Front

Shortest distance to the x axis

Back

Domain of a Function

Front

x-values

Back

co terminal angles

Front

Two angles in standard position that have the same terminal side (add/sub 360)

Back

Quadratic Equation

Front

an equation of the form ax² + bx + c = 0, where a ≠ 0

Back

Recipricol function of Sine

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Cosecant

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Logarithmic Function

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Back

Exponential Decay

Front

Back

Conjugate

Front

Switch the sign between the two terms ex. a-b and a+b.

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Complex Numbers

Front

real and imaginary; have form a + bi

Back

Square root Function

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Back

Compounded Continuously

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Back

Any point on the unit circle

Front

(cosx, sinx)

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The square root of -1 is equal to

Front

i

Back

Describe the roots if b^2-4ac>0

Front

real, rational or irrational, unequal

Back

Section 2

(20 cards)

Inter Quartile Range

Front

Q3-Q1

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Population

Front

Entire set of all possible data

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Census

Front

Survey of an entire population

Back

Base of the natural log (ln)

Front

e

Back

Divergent Sequence

Front

Never reaches a limit (approaches infinity)

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Convergent Sequence

Front

Reaches a limit (ends)

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Permutation

Front

Order Matters

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if a power is raised to a power the exponents......

Front

multiply

Back

Pythagorean Identities

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Back

When graphing trig functions you should be in what mode?

Front

radian

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Correlation Coefficient

Front

measures the strength of a regression model. r value always between -1 and 1.

Back

Sample

Front

A randomly choosen smaller groupof the population

Back

Observational Studies

Front

Researcher does not control or manipulate at all only observes.

Back

Exponential Form

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Back

Interpolation

Front

Make predictions from within a set of data

Back

Log Form

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Back

Inverse Variation

Front

y=k/x

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Extrapolation

Front

Make predictions outside the data set

Back

Combination

Front

Order does not matter (sets, groups, comittees...)

Back

Controlled Experiment

Front

Contains a controll group as well as a varibale to manipulate.

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