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index: a number or ratio (a value on a scale of measurement) derived from a series of observed facts

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inverse functions: When f(g(x)) = x, and g(f(x) = x .

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inverse relation: a set of ordered pairs obtained by switching the coordinates in a relation

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like radicals: radicals that have the same radicand

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principal root: The nonnegative square root of a number.

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radical equation: equation that contains radicals with variables in the radicand

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radical functions: a function which contains a variable as the radicand

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radicand: The number or expression inside a radical symbol

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rationalize the denominator: when an expression is rewritten so that there are no radicals in any denominator and no denominators in any radicals

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simplest form: A fraction that has only 1 has a common fractor of the numerator and denominator.

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square root equation: y = √(x), y = ±√(x)

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square root functions: f(x)= √x

Constant second differences between x-values for for evenly spaces y-values.

Constant second differences between x-values for for evenly spaces y-values.

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