1 | Arithmetic Sequenc | | _____ | A relation that assigns exactly one value in the range to each value in the domain. |

2 | Common Difference | | _____ | Any set of ordered pairs. |

3 | Continuous Graph | | _____ | A function whose graph is a line. This can be represented with a linear equation. |

4 | Dependent Variable | | _____ | A method used to determine if a relation is a function or not. |

5 | Discrete Graph | | _____ | The difference between consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence. |

6 | Domain | | _____ | A variable that provides the output values of a function. |

7 | Explicit Formula | | _____ | The possible values of the output, or dependent variable, of a relation or function. |

8 | Function | | _____ | To write a rule in this formate, you use the symbol f(x) in place of y. |

9 | Function Notation | | _____ | An ordered list of numbers that often forms a pattern. |

10 | Input | | _____ | A value of the dependent variable. |

11 | Independent Variable | | _____ | The possible values for the input of a relation or function. |

12 | Linear Function | | _____ | This type of formula defines the terms in a sequence by relating each term to the ones before it. |

13 | Nonlinear Function | | _____ | A graphy compose of isolated points. |

14 | Output | | _____ | A number sequence formed by adding a fixed number to each previous term to find the next term. |

15 | Range | | _____ | This formulat expresses the nth term of a sequence in terms of n. |

16 | Recursive Formula | | _____ | A value of the independent variable. |

17 | Relation | | _____ | A variable that provides the input values of a function. |

18 | Sequence | | _____ | A function whose graph is not a line nor part of a line. |

19 | Term of Sequence | | _____ | A graph that is unbroken. |

20 | Vertical Line Test | | _____ | A reference to any number in a sequence. |