Algebra Unit 2 - Functions, Relations & Function Notation

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  1. function
    what something is used for
  2. relation
    the state or quality of having something in common
  3. graph
    a visual representation of the relations between quantities
  4. input
    a component of production, such as raw materials or labor
  5. output
    production of a certain amount
  6. domain
    a set of possible values of the independent variable
  7. range
    the set of values that is the output of a function
  8. dependent
    contingent on something else
  9. independent
    free from external control and constraint
  10. slope
    be at an angle
  11. linear
    involving a single dimension
  12. exponential
    a function in which an independent variable is a power
  13. table
    a set of data arranged in rows and columns
  14. diagram
    a drawing intended to explain how something works
  15. undefined
    not precisely limited, determined, or distinguished
  16. discrete
    constituting a separate entity or part
  17. continuous
    moving in time or space without interruption
  18. quadrant
    any of the four areas into which a plane is divided
  19. correlation
    a reciprocal connection between two or more things
  20. origin
    the point of intersection of coordinate axes
  21. arithmetic
    mathematics dealing with numerical calculations
  22. sequence
    arrange in a series
Created on September 2, 2019 (updated September 2, 2019)

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