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closed form: the ability to determine the nth term directly

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continuous function: a function in which the graphed points are connected

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discrete function: a function in which the graphed points are not connected

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domain: which is the set of inputs for the function

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ellipsis: three dots with a list of terms

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even function: the graph is symmetric with respect to the y-axis

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finite: bounded number of terms

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function notation: provides an efficient way to determine the communicate functions, using f(x)

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infinite: unbounded number of terms

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odd function: the graph is symmetric about the origin

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parent function: the most basic representation of the family of graphs

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range: which is the set of outputs for the function

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recursive: a consistent pattern in which each term relates to the previous term

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rule or statement of correspondence: indicating how each input determines a unique output

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sequence: an ordered list of numbers, pictures, letters, geometric figures, or just about any object you like

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term: each number, figure, or object in the sequence

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variable rate of change: functions that are nonlinear that do not have a constant rate of change

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varies directly: in which there is an equation in which output is effected by the input

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vertex: the highest or lowest point on a graph

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zeros: points that crosses the x-axis

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