### Chapter 3 Vocabulary

Danielle Etter

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Across
1.A display of data using rectangles or bars stacked on top of each other
3.A set of numbers or objects in a specific order
5.For all real numbers a, b, and c: if a = b, then a + c = b + c
14.A situation in which numbers between two numbers have meaning
15.For all real numbers a, b, and c, with c not equal to 0, a/c + b/c = a + b/ c
18.Two or more terms in which the variables and corresponding exponents are the same
19.The point (0, 0) on a coordinate plane
23.For any real number a: a + 0 = a
25.For any real numbers a and b: a + b = b + a
26.For all real numbers a, b, and c: ac + bc = (a + b)c and ac –bc = (a - b)c
29.A graph displaying points as ordered pairs or numbers
30.A way of displaying data using rectangles or bars with lengths corresponding to the data
31.The second coordinate of a point
33.A two- dimensional slide
34.The opposite of any real number x is –x
35.A number multiplied by a variable or variables. In the term –6x, -6 is the coefficient of x
36.The same denominator for two or more fractions
38.If a slide x is followed by a slide y. the result is the slide x + y
39.If a quantity x is put together with a quantity y with the same units and if there is no overlap, then the result is the quantity x + y
40.The original figure before a transformation takes place
41.A transformation in which the image of (x, y) is (x + h, y + k)
42.An equation in which the variable or variables are all to the first power and none multiply each other
43.A two- dimensional coordinate graph of individual points
Down
2.For all real numbers a, b, and c: c (a + b) = ca + cb and c(a - b) = ca – cb
4.A plane in which every point can be identified by two numbers
6.An expression in which all variables are to the first power
7.The numbers identified with a point in the coordinate plane
8.The vertical axis in a coordinate graph
9.The horizontal axis in a coordinate graph
10.For all real numbers a, b, and c: ac + bc = (a + b)c and ac –bc = (a - b)c
11.For any real numbers a, b, and c: (a + b) + c = a + (b + c)
12.For any real number a: a + -a = 0
13.One of the four regions of the coordinate plane formed by the x- axis and the y- axis
16.The number 0
17.For any real number a: -(-a) = a
20.For all real numbers a, b, and c: if a < b, then a + c < b + c
21.The additive inverse of any real number x is –x
22.A number, a variable or a product of numbers and variables
24.A sequence of steps in a basic program that enables a producer to be repeated a certain umber of times
27.The final figure resulting from a transformation
28.The first coordinate of a point
32.A flat surface that stretches forever in all directions
37.The perpendicular number lines in a coordinate graph from which the coordinates of points are determined

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