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MATH Course 3: Chapter 4
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The set of all possible input values which produce a valid output from a particular function.
A relation from a set of inputs to a set of possible outputs where each input is related to exactly one output.
A function whose graph is not a straight line.
The set of all possible output values which result from using a particular function.
No space between data values for the given domain. (Represented with a solid line.)
Variable for the range of a function, it depends on the domain.
Spaces between data values. (Represented with dots.)
Data organized into a table with input, rule and output.
Variable for the domain, it can be any number.
An equation with a graph that is a straight line.
A function in which the graph of the solutions forms a straight line.
A function in which the greatest power of the variable is 2.
Graphs that represent situations that may not have numerical values or graphs in which numerical values are not included.
Any set of ordered pairs. Can be represented as a table and a graph.
F(x) "f of x" is a way to indicate that an equation is a function.
initial input of a function
The value of the function with the input of zero. Used with the rate of change functions.
The input of a function is called the domain.
The output of a function is called the range.
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