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Algebra Vocabulary

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4.The ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter
5.Always expressed in square units, such as cm^2, ft^2, m^2, etc.
7.The order of operations
11.Multiple events; Tossing a coin more than once
12.The enlargement or reduction of a figure
13.A graph that has horizontal or vertical bars representing data
16.A line segment from the center of a circle to the edge of the circle
17."Sliding" a figure along a path to a new location
19.The number in the middle
21.The distance a number is from zero on a number line
23.Numbers or variables separated by + or - signs
24.Replace a variable with a specified number
26.This is written as a fraction in math; a comparison of two things such as on a map 5 cm = 70 miles
27.An entire group or collection about which we wish to draw conclusions
28.One or more terms that include one or more variables
29.The longest side of a right triangle
30.Two lines which have one point in common
32.If the graph of two equations is the same line, the lines are said to be this; coinciding lines
34.a^2 + b^2 = c^2
36.A number multiplied by a variable or variables
37.The distance around a figure
38.A word indicating division
41.A term that does not have a variable
44.A line segment passing through the center of a circle from one side to the other
46.The steepness of a line; rise/run
48.What you do to solve a proportion
50.Two lines that never intersect
51.A sentence with one of the following signs: >, <,>=, or <=
52.Two algebraic expressions connected by =, not =, >, <, >=, or <=
53.The opposite of taking the square root
56.A word indicating the answer
57.(x, y)
58.This tells you the number of times the base is multiplied by itself
59.The opposite of subtract
60.The average
1.The opposite of multiple
2.Two ratios that are equal to each other
3.Two or more terms using only constants(numbers)
6.An equation that contains two variables; the graph makes a straight line
8.The set of x values of an equation; the set of independent variables of an equation
9.This measurement is in cubic units such as in^3, cm^3, ft^3, etc.
10.The branch of mathematics that calculates the chance something will happen or will not happen
14.The mirror image of an object
15.{...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ...}
18.A way of representing really large numbers or really small numbers.
20.The two shorter sides of a right triangle
22.The distance around a circle
25.A word indicating subtraction
31.This form of an equation: y = mx + b
33.A word indicating addition
35.For every element in the domain, there is exactly one element in the range
39.{0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ...}
40.A letter that can be replaced by a number
42.One event; Tossing of a coin is an example
43.Motion of an image around a point
45.A sentence with an equal sign
47.A word indicating multiplication
49.The set of y-values of an equation; the set of dependent variables of an equation
54.The number that occurs most frequently
55.The number used as a factor

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