slope intercept | | c < a < b (2W) |

constraints | | { } |

expansion by minors | | The science that deals with the motion of projectiles |

standard | | A rectangular array of variables or constants in rows and columns, usually enclosed in brackets |

power | | An algebraic or numeric phrase |

ballistics | | ax by = c (linear equation form) |

distributive | | A 3 term polynomial |

commutative | | A method of solving linear systems using determinants of matrices (2W) |

Swiss | | a = a (property of equality) |

absolute value | | ab = ba (property of equality) |

Hawaii | | A method used to solve a system of linear equations |

feasible region | | {x| x > 3} (type of notation) (3W) |

reflexive | | A method of finding 3rd order determinants (3W) |

inconsistent | | An ordered pair or a set of ordered pairs |

domain | | First African-American secretary of state (2W) |

identity function | | A 2 term polynomial |

blue moon | | A system of linear equations with a solution |

symmetric | | y in (x, y) |

set builder notation | | Cramer's first name (from Cramer's Rule - not Seinfeld) |

foil | | A method used to solve a system of linear equations |

transitive | | A number that cannot be expressed as a/b where a |

substitution | | a * 1/a = 1 (property of multiplication) |

equation | | a 0 = a (property of addition) |

Bavarian | | Captian Jack's ship in Pirates of the Caribbean (2W) |

greatest integer function | | a(b c) = ab ac (property of multiplication with respect to addition) |

cramers rule | | a b = b a (property of addition) |

elizabeth | | y = x (function type) (2W) |

rational number | | A relation in which each element of the domain is paired with exactly one element in the range |

constant function | | a(bc) = (ab)c (property of multiplication) |

range | | The quotient of the rise of a line divided by the run |

Halle Berry | | The distance a point is from zero |

elimination | | A mathematical sentence |

interval notation | | y = 6 (function type) (2W) |

function | | Cramer's nationality (from Cramer's Rule - not Seinfeld) |

trinomial | | If a=b, b=c, then a=c (property of equality) |

compound inequality | | Area of an intersecting system of inequalities used in linear programming (2W) |

Europe | | A letter that represents a number |

irrational number | | [a, b) (type of notation) (2W) |

associative | | A number that can be expressed as a/b, where a |

inverse | | A system of linear equations with no solution |

ordered triple | | The way to express very large or very small values in mathematics (2W) |

binomial | | f( x ) = [[x]] (3W) |

expression | | A method used to multiply 2 binomials |

variable | | In baseball, it's when the same player pitches the entire game without allowing any player of the opposing team to reach first base -- by any means (2W) |

Tony Dungy | | x in (x, y) |

identity | | The constant factor of a matrix |

scatter plot | | y = mx b (linear equation form) (2W) |

scientific notation | | Another name for exponent |

consistent | | A graph of bivariate data (2W) |

slope | | The solution to a system of linear equations in three variables (2W) |

Gabriel | | A series of inequalities that define the boundries of a feasible region in linear programming |

Colin Powell | | First African-American female to win best actress oscar (2W) |

sparrow | | The only continent without a desert |

scalar | | First African-American coach to win the super bowl (2W) |

perfect game | | Only US state that grows coffee |

trichotomy | | Miss Swan in Pirates of the Caribbean |

matrix | | Given real numbers a |

empty set | | Captain Jack's last name from Pirates of the Caribbean |

Black Pearl | | What the B stands for in the BMW automobile |

relation | | The second full moon in one calendar month |