### Algebra Vocabulary

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 AbsoluteValue The set of x values of an equation; the set of independent variables of an equation Mean This is written as a fraction in math; a comparison of two things such as on a map 5 cm = 70 miles Add What you do to solve a proportion Perimeter A word indicating subtraction Pythagoreantheorem This tells you the number of times the base is multiplied by itself Increased A way of representing really large numbers or really small numbers. Pi Motion of an image around a point Mode A sentence with one of the following signs: >, <,>=, or <= Slopeintercept This form of an equation: y = mx b Probability A graph that has horizontal or vertical bars representing data Function (x, y) Constant The number in the middle Difference Two ratios that are equal to each other Base A line segment passing through the center of a circle from one side to the other Rotation The distance around a circle Compoundevent The number used as a factor Coefficient An equation that contains two variables; the graph makes a straight line Radius A word indicating division Hypotenuse Two lines which have one point in common Algebraicexpression The opposite of taking the square root Area Replace a variable with a specified number Collinear Numbers or variables separated by or - signs Substitute Two algebraic expressions connected by =, not =, >, <, >=, or <= Slope This measurement is in cubic units such as in^3, cm^3, ft^3, etc. Ratio The distance a number is from zero on a number line Diameter The steepness of a line; rise/run Simpleevent One or more terms that include one or more variables Exponent {...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ...} Wholenumbers Two or more terms using only constants(numbers) Bargraph The opposite of multiple Term The longest side of a right triangle Crossmultiply For every element in the domain, there is exactly one element in the range Range A word indicating addition Integers {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ...} Proportion A number multiplied by a variable or variables Inequality The average Quotient Multiple events; Tossing a coin more than once Intersectinglines The ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter Legs The opposite of subtract Product An entire group or collection about which we wish to draw conclusions Reflection Always expressed in square units, such as cm^2, ft^2, m^2, etc. Parallel The branch of mathematics that calculates the chance something will happen or will not happen Median A word indicating multiplication Scientificnotation One event; Tossing of a coin is an example Population The set of y-values of an equation; the set of dependent variables of an equation Equation The two shorter sides of a right triangle Orderedpair The distance around a figure Numericalexpression The enlargement or reduction of a figure Domain A line segment from the center of a circle to the edge of the circle Volume The order of operations Squaring a^2 b^2 = c^2 Divide The mirror image of an object PEMDAS The number that occurs most frequently Circumference Two lines that never intersect Linearequation If the graph of two equations is the same line, the lines are said to be this; coinciding lines Variable A word indicating the answer Dilation "Sliding" a figure along a path to a new location Translation A term that does not have a variable Solution A sentence with an equal sign Sentence A letter that can be replaced by a number

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