#### Study sets matching "algebra ii honors"

#### Study sets matching "algebra ii honors"

polynomials

square a number

first difference

second difference

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…

Values obtained by subtracting each term in a sequence from i…

Differences that are found by subtracting consecutive first d…

polynomials

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

square a number

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…

polynomials

square a number

first difference

second difference

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…

Values obtained by subtracting each term in a sequence from i…

Differences that are found by subtracting consecutive first d…

polynomials

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

square a number

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…

Absolute value

Axes

Base of a power

binomial

the distance from 0 on the number line

x & y axis intersecting at the origin (0,0)

the repeated factor of the power

a polynomial with 2 terms

Absolute value

the distance from 0 on the number line

Axes

x & y axis intersecting at the origin (0,0)

linear equation

solving a linear equation

clearing fractions

linear absolute value equation

a variables have a degree of 1

To solve an equation, do whatever is necessary to both sides…

multiply each side by the LCM

|ax+b|=c

linear equation

a variables have a degree of 1

solving a linear equation

To solve an equation, do whatever is necessary to both sides…

Absolute Value

Algebraic Expression

Boundary line

Domain

The distance a number is from zero on a number line

Consists of numerals, variables and other mathematical symbols

A line (dashed or solid) that indicates whether the points on…

The set of all possible input values for a relation or function

Absolute Value

The distance a number is from zero on a number line

Algebraic Expression

Consists of numerals, variables and other mathematical symbols

Real Numbers

Rational Numbers

Integers

Whole Numbers

The numbers we use (non-imaginary)

Any number that can be expressed as a ration a/b, where a and…

The set of numbers we would use on a number line (negatives a…

The set of all positive integers including zero... -----> 0,1,2...

Real Numbers

The numbers we use (non-imaginary)

Rational Numbers

Any number that can be expressed as a ration a/b, where a and…

commutative property of addition

associative property of addition

identity property of addition

inverse property of addition

the order you add numbers together does not change the sum

the way you group numbers does not change the sum

the sum of a number and zero is the number

the sum of a a number and it's opposite is zero

commutative property of addition

the order you add numbers together does not change the sum

associative property of addition

the way you group numbers does not change the sum

Natural

whole

integer

rational

positive integer (1, 2, 3...)

positive integers and 0 (0, 1, 2, 3,..)

positive whole numbers, negative whole numbers, and zero (-2,…

p/q where p and q are integers and q is not 0

Natural

positive integer (1, 2, 3...)

whole

positive integers and 0 (0, 1, 2, 3,..)

linear equation

solving a linear equation

clearing fractions

linear absolute value equation

a variables have a degree of 1

To solve an equation, do whatever is necessary to both sides…

multiply each side by the LCM

|ax+b|=c

linear equation

a variables have a degree of 1

solving a linear equation

To solve an equation, do whatever is necessary to both sides…

Standard Deviation

Logarithm Solution

Standard form

Vertex Form

o= √(1st #-mean)^2+....(Last #-mean)^2/n... n= number of terms…

15^3x=6000... log15^3x=log285 (log 10 of each side)... 3xlog15=log2…

Ax^2+Bx+C=0

Y=(x-h)^2+k (h,k)... (h, k) is the vertex

Standard Deviation

o= √(1st #-mean)^2+....(Last #-mean)^2/n... n= number of terms…

Logarithm Solution

15^3x=6000... log15^3x=log285 (log 10 of each side)... 3xlog15=log2…

commutative addition/multiplication

associative addition/multiplication

identity addition/multiplication

inverse addition/multiplication

a+b=b+a... ab=ba

(a+b)+c=a+(b+c)... (ab)c=a(bc)

a+0=a, 0+a=a... 1xa=a, ax1=a

a+(-a)=0... ax1/a=1

commutative addition/multiplication

a+b=b+a... ab=ba

associative addition/multiplication

(a+b)+c=a+(b+c)... (ab)c=a(bc)

Absolute value of a complex number

Axis of symmetry

Completing the square

Complex Number

Distance from the origin on the complex number plane

The line that divides a parabola into parts that are mirror i…

The process of finding the last term of the perfect square tr…

Imaginary numbers and real numbers together

Absolute value of a complex number

Distance from the origin on the complex number plane

Axis of symmetry

The line that divides a parabola into parts that are mirror i…

Bounded

Break-Even Point

Coefficient Matrix

Cramer's Rule

Graph of a system of constraints is a polygonal region

Point at which the income and cost is equal

Matrix that only contains coefficients of a system of equations

Method that uses determinants to solve to solve a system of l…

Bounded

Graph of a system of constraints is a polygonal region

Break-Even Point

Point at which the income and cost is equal

Complex Conjugate Theorem

Irrational Root Theorem

Fundamental Theorem of Algebra

Intermediate Value Theorem

if the imaginary number a+bi is a root of a polynomial equati…

let a and b be rational numbers and let the square root of b…

If P(x) is a polynomial of degree n(greater than or equal to)…

let f be a polynomial function with real coefficients, if f(a…

Complex Conjugate Theorem

if the imaginary number a+bi is a root of a polynomial equati…

Irrational Root Theorem

let a and b be rational numbers and let the square root of b…

natural numbers

whole numbers

integers

real numbers

Numbers that are greater than 0

Numbers that are greater than or equal to 0

All whole numbers including negatives and positives

All rational and irrational numbers

natural numbers

Numbers that are greater than 0

whole numbers

Numbers that are greater than or equal to 0

polynomials

square a number

first difference

second difference

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…

Values obtained by subtracting each term in a sequence from i…

Differences that are found by subtracting consecutive first d…

polynomials

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

square a number

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…

polynomials

square a number

first difference

second difference

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…

Values obtained by subtracting each term in a sequence from i…

Differences that are found by subtracting consecutive first d…

polynomials

an expression of more than 2 algebraic terms.

square a number

...to multiply a number by itself or to raise it to the power…