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MCR 3U MATH CROSSWORD

Kate Boyle

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1.Graphs of quadratic functions are ______
4.a(x-h)^2+k is ________ form
8.You can determine the max or min of a quadratic euqation by _______ the square
10.The ______ law can be used to solve any triangle when given the measures of angles and any side
11.In this relation every x-value only has ONE y-value
12.You can tell an equation will have growth if b is greater than ____
14.P(t)= Po(2)t/d is the _________ formula
16.The set of all y-values of a relation
17.CSC is the reciprocal ratio of ____
18.The _____ rule is used to determine the sign of a ratio
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2.A ______ expression is a fraction in which the numerator and denominator are polynomials
3.A line that continually approaches a given curve but does not meet it at any finite distance.
5.a^x is an example of _____ functions
6.The _____ law can be used to solve any triangle if given all three side lengths and no angle measure
7.In equation y=ab(x-c)+ d, c causes _______ translations
9.SOHCAHTOA is used to help remember _______ trig. ratios
11.To simplify a rational expression you must __________
13.To solve x^2 you would use difference of __________
14.The set of all x-values of a relation
15.By using formula b^2 - 4ac you can find the _____ of a quadratic function

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