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Foundations 1A Vocabulary Review

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2.The y-value of the lowest point on the graph
7.A mathematical phrase that contains operations, numbers, and/or variables
9.all numbers
10.The distance between zero and the point representing a real number on the number line.
13.A graph made up of unconnected points
16.Any set of ordered pairs
17.exponential graph that decreases rapidly
18.a(b+c)= ab + ac
19.counting numbers
20.a+b = b + a
22.To find the value of an algebraic expression by substituting a number for each variable
26.The number of times the base is multiplied
28.Terms with different variables or the same variables raised to different powers
30.a + 0 = a
32.A value in the domain of a functuion
33.Where a graph intersects the x-axis
34.The positive integers together with zero
35.The horizontal axis in the coordinate plane
1.A value that does not change found at the end of an expression
3.Opposite of a number
4.The set of all first coordinates (or x-values) of a relation or function
5.The intersection of x- and y-axes (0,0)
6.A number multiplied by a variable
7.A mathematical statement where two expressions are equal
8.The U-shaped graph of a quadratic function
11.A function whose graph is a line
14.A number that can be written as the quotient of two numbers
15.A graph that increases exponentially
21.dependant variable in a function
23.data sets that show no relationship between the sets of values
25.An equation that is true for all values of the variables
27.A relation where every input is different
29.Terms with the same variables raised to the same exponents
31.The vertical axis in the coordinate plane

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