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Section 1

(44 cards)

i at each power

Front

i=(Square toot of) -1 i*2=-1 i*3=-i i*4=1

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(am)n

Front

a*mn

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i

Front

Back

A system of linear equations consists of linear equations with more than one ____________ .

Front

variable

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complex number

Front

a+b i

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how do you know if a problem has a solution or not?

Front

find the discriminant positive answer- 2 0- 1 negative answer- 0

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When a system of equations has no solution, it is called a(n) ________________ system.

Front

inconsistent

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am/an

Front

am-an

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The method of eliminating one variable by adding or subtracting two equations with a common term is called the _____________ method.

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elimination

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factor an equation

Front

to condense a trinomial to its smallest form

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Trinomial

Front

ax*2+bx+c

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zero of a function

Front

solution of an equation that equals 0

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factor by grouping

Front

Back

like radicals

Front

radical expressions with same index and radicand

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binomial

Front

Ax+C

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discriminant

Front

(square root of) b*2 - 4ab

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y intercept

Front

point that touches y axis

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imaginary number

Front

if b does not equal 0, then a+b i

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index

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Back

greatest common factor

Front

The common factor with the greatest coefficient and the greatest exponent

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difference of 2 squares

Front

an expression of the form a2-b2

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x intercept

Front

point that touches x axis

Back

quadratic formula

Front

Back

A linear equation in the form ax + by = c is called the ___________ form of a linear equation

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standard

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quadratic form

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Back

am (times) an

Front

a*m+n

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complex plane

Front

a coordinate plane for complex and imaginary numbers

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aymptote

Front

straight line that is the limiting value of the curve

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two solutions

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Back

complex conjugates

Front

2 complex numbers in the form of a+bi or a-bi

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one solution

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Back

power function

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y=ax*b

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nth root of a

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n>1, b*n=a example: 2*3=8

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The______________ method involves expressing one variable in terms of the other variable and substituting an expression into the other equation.

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substitution

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imaginary unit i

Front

defined as i=(square root)-1

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pure imaginary number

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a=0, b doesn't equal 0, bi

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no solution

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Back

vertex formula

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-b/2a

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a*-m

Front

1/a*m

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line of symmetry

Front

line dividing the parabola into 2

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A system of linear equations can have a(n) ________ solution, no solution, or infinitely many solutions.

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unique

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When a system of equations has an infinite number of solutions, it is called a(n) _______________ system

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dependent

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simplest form of a radical

Front

when the radicand cannot be simplified

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You can solve a system of linear equations using the graphical method by finding the point of ______________ .

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intersection

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