16 terms

alg. III 9.5, 10.2

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parallelogram
a quadrilateral with both opposite sides parallel
equilateral
a triangle with all sides the same in length
rectangular form
a complex number of the form a + bi
√-1
written as i
imaginary number
a complex number where b cannot equal 0
a + bi
the complex form of a number
quadrilateral
four sided polygon
midpoint formula
(X1 + X2/2, Y1 + Y2/2)
rhombus
parallelogram with all sides the same length
complex conjugate
two complex numbers that when multiplied, produce a difference of two squares, which simplifies to a² + b²
pure imaginary number
a complex number where a=0, so the form is bi
scalene
a triangle in which no sides have the same measurements
rectangle
a quadrilateral with four right angles
distance formula
√(X-X)² + (y-y)²
isosceles
a triangle with two sides the same length
iteration
the process of taking the output of a function and using it as the next input to the function