# Study sets matching "algebra graphs functions"

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Linear function

Rate of change

Slope

Slope-intercept form

A linear function is a function whose points lie on a straight…

A rate of change is a comparison between two quantities that a…

Slope is a ratio that describes steepness,... Slope = vertical ch…

An équation written in the form y = mx + b is in slope-interce…

Linear function

A linear function is a function whose points lie on a straight…

Rate of change

A rate of change is a comparison between two quantities that a…

arithmetic sequence

common difference

conjecture

continuous data

A number sequence formed by adding a fixed number to each perv…

The fixed number added to each term of an arithmetic sequence.

Conclusion reached by inductive reasoning.

Data where numbers between any two data values have meaning.

arithmetic sequence

A number sequence formed by adding a fixed number to each perv…

common difference

The fixed number added to each term of an arithmetic sequence.

Exponent

Base

Exponentiated Number (EN)

Algebraic Functions

A mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quant…

A number used as the basis of a numeration scale.

Number where the base is raised to an exponent

A function f(x) which satisfies p(x, f(x)) = 0, where p(x, y)…

Exponent

A mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quant…

Base

A number used as the basis of a numeration scale.

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Factor N(x) and D(x) if possible and simplify

Any factors that cancel will represent a "hole" in the graph

To find any vertical asymptotes, set the D(x) = 0 and solve fo…

List Domain (All Real numbers except for holes and VA)

Step 1

Factor N(x) and D(x) if possible and simplify

Step 2

Any factors that cancel will represent a "hole" in the graph

±√x

x∧(1/3)

±(x+4)¹/²

x − 3

What is the inverse function to f(x)= x²?

What is the inverse function to f(x) = x³?

What is the inverse function to f(x) = x² − 4 ?

What is the inverse function to f(x)= x+3 ?

±√x

What is the inverse function to f(x)= x²?

x∧(1/3)

What is the inverse function to f(x) = x³?

What is a relation?

What is the input?

What is the output?

A _______ maps each input to one and on…

set of ordered pairs

the first coordinates of the ordered pair; x-coordinates

the second coordinates of the ordered pair; y-coordinates

function

What is a relation?

set of ordered pairs

What is the input?

the first coordinates of the ordered pair; x-coordinates