The terms that you need to know to be successful in math.
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a letter used to represent an unknown quantity
a number written before a variable that tells you how many times to multiply the value of the variable
tells you how many times to multiply a base by itself
have the same variable and exponent
the answer to a multiplication problem
the answer to a division problem
the answer to an addition problem
the answer to a subtraction problem
positive and negative whole numbers and zero
a variable, constant, or combination of both which are separated by plus or minus signs
a statement of equality between two expressions
a term or a group of terms
operations that undo each other
an expression with two or more terms
a single term
an expression with exactly two terms
an expression with exactly three terms
An equation with two variables that gives a straight line when graphed
the u shaped graph formed when a quadratic equation is graphed
An equation with a squared term.
The solutions to a quadratic equation are also called this.
zero product property
States that if (a x b = 0), then a = 0 or b = 0
the point where a graph crosses the x axis
the point where a line graph crosses the y axis
a number or term that is being raised to a power
the product of multiplying a number by itself
1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100
the product of multiplying a number by itself twice
1, 8, 27, 64, 125
the answer when dividing by zero
zero divided by any non-zero number is equal to
operations that undo each other and are used to solve equations
perfect square trinomial
the result of squaring a binomial
difference of two squares
the result of multiplying (a+b)(a-b)
factor an expression
to write the expression as a multiplication problem, that is a product of factors
the opposite of distributing
Division by zero is this
The longest side of a right triangle
The graph of x = 4 would form this type of line.
The graph of y = 6 would form this type of line.
2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13
a² + b² = c²
1, 3, 5, 7...
Numbers which follow in order
The "rise over run" or "change in y over the change in x" of a line
Equations with the highest degree of 1.
A difference of squares
Slope-intercept form of a line
(y = mx + c) or (y = mx + b) is this form of a line
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