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Chapter 6 Functions
Relation
Function
Input
Output
Any set of ordered pairs.
A relation where each input has exactly one output.
A number in the domain of a relation.
A number in the range of a relation.
Relation
Any set of ordered pairs.
Function
A relation where each input has exactly one output.
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Chapter 6 - Relations & Functions
Relation
Domain
Range
Function
set of ordered pairs
x coordinates/input values
y or f(x) coordinates/output values
special relation/equation/pattern
Relation
set of ordered pairs
Domain
x coordinates/input values
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functions- chapter 6
amplitude
period
frequency
are any of the 3 inverse circular grap…
half the distance between the maximum and minimum values of t…
the amount of horizontal distance it takes to repeat a cycle
the reciprocal of the period, number of cycles per unit of time
no
amplitude
half the distance between the maximum and minimum values of t…
period
the amount of horizontal distance it takes to repeat a cycle
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Chapter 6- Functions and Inequalities
arithmetic sequence
dependent variable
function
function rule
add the same number to the previous term (pattern)
depends on the input value (output)
a relation that assigns exactly one output value to one input…
describes the relationship between each input and output.
arithmetic sequence
add the same number to the previous term (pattern)
dependent variable
depends on the input value (output)
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Chapter 6 Trigonometric Functions
sine
Cosine
Ray/Half-line
Vertex
Associates with t the y-coordinate of P and is denoted by: si…
Associates with t the x-coordinate of P and is denoted by: co…
The portion of a line that starts at a point V on the line an…
The Starting point V of a ray.
sine
Associates with t the y-coordinate of P and is denoted by: si…
Cosine
Associates with t the x-coordinate of P and is denoted by: co…
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Radical Functions - Chapter 6
Radical Symbol
Index
Radicand
Composite Functions
combination of two functions such that the output from the fi…
Radical Symbol
Index
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Big Ideas Chapter 6 - Functions Vocabulary
function rule
function
linear function
non-linear function
An equation that describes or represents the relationship... bet…
A relation that pairs each input with exactly one... output... The…
A function whose graph is a non-vertical... line; a function tha…
A function that does not have a constant rate of... change; a fu…
function rule
An equation that describes or represents the relationship... bet…
function
A relation that pairs each input with exactly one... output... The…
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Chapter 6: Inverse functions
Vertical line test
Horizontal line test
Definition of inverse functions
Plotting inverse functions
defines whether a function is a function
Vertical line test
defines whether a function is a function
Horizontal line test
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Chapter 6 Functions and Graphs
ordered pairs
relation
domain
range
x-coordinate, y coordinate
set of ordered pairs
set of all first coordinates (x) of the relation
set of all the second coordinates (y) of the relation
ordered pairs
x-coordinate, y coordinate
relation
set of ordered pairs
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Chapter 6: Trigonometric Functions
Arc Length Theorem
1 degree =
1 radian =
Area of a Sector
s = rθ
1 degree = π/180 radian
1 radian = 180/π degrees
A = ½r²θ
Arc Length Theorem
s = rθ
1 degree =
1 degree = π/180 radian
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Chapter 6: Functions
Function
Function header
Function body
Return statement
a module that returns a value back to the part of the program…
specifies the data type of the value that is returned, the na…
the statements that execute when the function calls.
specifies the value that is returned when the function ends.
Function
a module that returns a value back to the part of the program…
Function header
specifies the data type of the value that is returned, the na…
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Chapter 6 - Metabolic functions
Metabolism functions
Key molecules
Proteins
Nucleic acids
1) Homeostasis... 2) Energy production... 3) Interconversion of int…
Proteins... Nucleic acids... Carbohydrates... Lipids... Small molecules... M…
Amino acids linked by peptide bonds
DNA
Metabolism functions
1) Homeostasis... 2) Energy production... 3) Interconversion of int…
Key molecules
Proteins... Nucleic acids... Carbohydrates... Lipids... Small molecules... M…
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Chapter 6 Structure and Function
hyaline, elastic and fibrocartilage
hyaline cartilage
elastic cartilage
fibrocartilage
three types of cartilage
The most abundant cartilage in body. It looks like frosted gl…
cartilage located on the pinna of the ear and the epiglottis
cartilage located in places of compression (vertebra and knee…
hyaline, elastic and fibrocartilage
three types of cartilage
hyaline cartilage
The most abundant cartilage in body. It looks like frosted gl…
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Chapter 6 Functions
Set
Element
Set Notation
Relation
a collection of objects called elements
an object that is a member of a set
notation that describes the elements in a set
A set of inputs and outputs, written as ordered pairs
Set
a collection of objects called elements
Element
an object that is a member of a set
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Chapter 6 Language Functions
he is shorter, i am taller
these clothes are more small, those cl…
you're height is tall, his is more short
my hair is long, yours is more short
ta bijiao ai, wo bijiao gao
zhe jian yifu bijiao xiao, na jian bijiao da
ni da, ta ai duo le
wo de toufa chang, ni de duan duo le
he is shorter, i am taller
ta bijiao ai, wo bijiao gao
these clothes are more small, those cl…
zhe jian yifu bijiao xiao, na jian bijiao da
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Chapter 6 - Functions
function
local variable
scope of a variable
calling statement
a subprogram within a program
a variable declared and used inside of a function.
a place where a given variable can be used
invokes a function by using its name
function
a subprogram within a program
local variable
a variable declared and used inside of a function.
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Chapter 6 - Functions
Modular programming
Function
Motivation for modular programming:
Function call
breaking a program up into smaller, manageable functions or m…
a collection of statements to perform a task
Improves maintainability of programs... Simplifies the process o…
statement causes a function to execute
Modular programming
breaking a program up into smaller, manageable functions or m…
Function
a collection of statements to perform a task
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Chapter 6 Functions
Set
Element
Set Notation
Relation
a collection of objects called elements
an object that is a member of a set
notation that describes the elements in a set
A set of inputs and outputs, written as ordered pairs
Set
a collection of objects called elements
Element
an object that is a member of a set
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Chapter 6 Exponential Functions
exponential functions
exponents
growth factor
b
a quantity "q" is an exponential function of "t" if it can be…
used to group repeated growth factors. we can express repeate…
constant positive factor
growth factor, restricted to positive values because if b ≤ 0…
exponential functions
a quantity "q" is an exponential function of "t" if it can be…
exponents
used to group repeated growth factors. we can express repeate…
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Functions (chapter 6)
2
value-returning function
void function
function definition
c++ has _____ types of functions
designed to compute and return EXACTLY ONE value using a retu…
a series of statements designed to perform a task. This type…
consists of a heading and body, placed after the main function
2
c++ has _____ types of functions
value-returning function
designed to compute and return EXACTLY ONE value using a retu…
Chapter 6- Functions
Domain
Range
Relation
Function
The set of of all "x" values or inputs "x" (independent varia…
The set of all all "y" values or inputs "y" (dependent variab…
The pairing of two quantities as ordered
A relation in which for each input, there is exactly one outp…
Domain
The set of of all "x" values or inputs "x" (independent varia…
Range
The set of all all "y" values or inputs "y" (dependent variab…
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Chapter 6: Functions
modular programming
function
function call
function definition
breaking a program up into smaller, manageable functions or m…
a collection of statements to perform a specific task
statement that causes a function to execute
statements that make up a function
modular programming
breaking a program up into smaller, manageable functions or m…
function
a collection of statements to perform a specific task
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Chapter 6--Functions
Function
Library Functions
Black box
Function Header
A module that returns a value back to the part of the program…
Functions that are already written into a language-prewritten…
used to describe any mechanism that accepts input, performs s…
first line of a function definition that specifies the data t…
Function
A module that returns a value back to the part of the program…
Library Functions
Functions that are already written into a language-prewritten…
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Chapter 6: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions
simplify
degree of polynomial
synthetic divison
polynomial in one variable
rewriting an expression without parenthesis or negative expon…
degree of the monomial with the highest degree
a simpler process of dividing a polynomial by a binomial
only "x"
simplify
rewriting an expression without parenthesis or negative expon…
degree of polynomial
degree of the monomial with the highest degree
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Chapter 6 -- Functions and Data Organization
Absolute cell reference
Amortization
Amortization Table
Arguments
A cell reference that does not change when copied because a d…
A method for computing equal periodic payments for an install…
Displays the interest and principal amounts for each payment…
The data required by a Function
Absolute cell reference
A cell reference that does not change when copied because a d…
Amortization
A method for computing equal periodic payments for an install…
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Chapter 6: Functions
All function definitions contain:
Return type
Name
parameter list
1) Return type... 2) name... 3) Parameter list... 4) Body
function can send value to the part of the program that calle…
give a descriptive name
list of variables that hold a value being passed to the funct…
All function definitions contain:
1) Return type... 2) name... 3) Parameter list... 4) Body
Return type
function can send value to the part of the program that calle…
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Chapter 6.2 Inverse Functions
Inverse
Find the inverses of... (1,12)... (2,24)... (3,…
To find the inverse from an equation...
Find the inverse of f(x)= -2/3x + 7
switching the inputs (x) and the outputs (y) ... pair = (y,x)
(12,1)... (24,2)... (36,3)
1. Replace f(x) with y... 2. Physically switch the x and the y v…
1. y= -2/3x + 7... 2. x= -2/3y + 7... 3.(x - 7)= -2/3y... y= -3/2x +…
Inverse
switching the inputs (x) and the outputs (y) ... pair = (y,x)
Find the inverses of... (1,12)... (2,24)... (3,…
(12,1)... (24,2)... (36,3)
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Chapter 6 Functions
ambiguous call
arguments
assert
automatic objects
Compile-time error that results during function matching when…
Values supplied in a function call that are used to initializ…
Preprocessor macro that takes a single expression, which it u…
Objects that exist only during the execution of a function. T…
ambiguous call
Compile-time error that results during function matching when…
arguments
Values supplied in a function call that are used to initializ…
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Chapter 6 - Functions
6.1 What is a function?
6.1 What is divide and conquer?
6.2 What is a function call and what d…
6.2 List and define the parts of a fun…
A function is a collection of statements that perform a speci…
Divide and conquer is a term used to describe the act of writ…
A function call is a a statement that causes a function to ex…
Return Type: A function can send a value to the part of the p…
6.1 What is a function?
A function is a collection of statements that perform a speci…
6.1 What is divide and conquer?
Divide and conquer is a term used to describe the act of writ…
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C++ Chapter 6 Functions
A C++ Program
Advantages of Functions
module
power function
A collection of functions
1) Focus on one part at a time... 2) Different people can develo…
Another name for a function
Performs operation x^y... Syntax: pow(x,y)
A C++ Program
A collection of functions
Advantages of Functions
1) Focus on one part at a time... 2) Different people can develo…
Chapter 6: Body Functions
Mature dairy cow has how many teeth
mastication
cud
tube that connects mouth to rumen
32
chewing
feed cow regurgitated and is being re-chewed
esophagus
Mature dairy cow has how many teeth
32
mastication
chewing
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Course 3: Chapter 6 - Functions
function
input
linear function
mapping diagram
a type of relation that assigns exactly one output to each in…
the independent variable of a relation (the x-value of an ord…
-a function that can be expressed in the form y = mx + b... -for…
a diagram that pairs a set of inputs (x values) with a set of…
function
a type of relation that assigns exactly one output to each in…
input
the independent variable of a relation (the x-value of an ord…
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Chapter 6: User-Defined Functions
functions are often called
Functions
function is similar to that of a funct…
predefined mathematical functions are
modules
They are like miniature programs that can be combined to form…
It has a name... It does some computation
sqrt(x)... pow(x, y)... floor(x)
functions are often called
modules
Functions
They are like miniature programs that can be combined to form…
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Chapter 6: Special Functions
Outline the derivation of Bessel's equ…
State the Bessel functions of the firs…
Explain how to calculate the radius of…
Describe the behaviour of the Bessel f…
...
...
...
...
Outline the derivation of Bessel's equ…
...
State the Bessel functions of the firs…
...
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Thermodynamic Functions chapter 6
dU*
dU
dH*
dH
TdS*-PdV*
TdS-PdV+G*dN
TdS*+V*dP
TdS+VdP+G*dN
dU*
TdS*-PdV*
dU
TdS-PdV+G*dN
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Chapter 6 Functions
modular programming
function
code reuse
function call
a program may be broken up into a set of manageable functions…
a ________ is a collection of statements that performs a spec…
____ _____ the benefit of using functions is called _____ ___…
a _______ ____ is a statemtn that causes a function to execute.
modular programming
a program may be broken up into a set of manageable functions…
function
a ________ is a collection of statements that performs a spec…
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Chapter 6: Graphing Functions
graph is stretched along the y axis
the graph is shrunk/compressed along t…
the graph is reflected over the x axis
reflection over the x axis
when a>1, the graph is ________
when 0<a<1, the graph is ________
when a<0, the graph is ________
(x, y) ----> (x, -y)
graph is stretched along the y axis
when a>1, the graph is ________
the graph is shrunk/compressed along t…
when 0<a<1, the graph is ________
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Bio Chapter 6 Functions
endoplasmic reticulum
golgi apparatus
lysosomes
central vacuole
smooth ER(synthesis of lipids)... rough ER (synthesis kf secreto…
changes proteins, carbs on proteins, and phospholipids; synth…
breakdown of ingested substances, cell macromolecules and dam…
digestion, storage, waste disposal, water balance, cell growt…
endoplasmic reticulum
smooth ER(synthesis of lipids)... rough ER (synthesis kf secreto…
golgi apparatus
changes proteins, carbs on proteins, and phospholipids; synth…
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Chapter 6 Functions Gaddis
A program may be broken up into manage…
Instead of writing one long function t…
Another reason to write functions is t…
A function call is a statement that ca…
So far you have experienced functions in two ways: (1) you ha…
These small functions can then be executed in the desired ord…
This benefit of using functions is known as code ... reuse becau…
When creating a function, you must write its definition. All…
A program may be broken up into manage…
So far you have experienced functions in two ways: (1) you ha…
Instead of writing one long function t…
These small functions can then be executed in the desired ord…
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cell functions chapter 6
Difference between eukaryotic and prok…
nucleus function
nuclear pore complex
ER
eukaryotic cell have a nucleus and are normally larger than p…
contains dna
regulates movement of macromolecules between nucleus and cyto…
network of membrane bound tubules and sacs
Difference between eukaryotic and prok…
eukaryotic cell have a nucleus and are normally larger than p…
nucleus function
contains dna
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Programming Chapter 6 (Functions)
function
library function
black box
function header
a special type of module that returns data to the main functi…
functions built into the programming language to be called wh…
Term used to describe the internal workings of library functi…
Part of a function that specifies the type of data that it wi…
function
a special type of module that returns data to the main functi…
library function
functions built into the programming language to be called wh…
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Chapter 6 Exponential Functions
exponential functions
exponents
growth factor
b
a quantity "q" is an exponential function of "t" if it can be…
used to group repeated growth factors. we can express repeate…
constant positive factor
growth factor, restricted to positive values because if b ≤ 0…
exponential functions
a quantity "q" is an exponential function of "t" if it can be…
exponents
used to group repeated growth factors. we can express repeate…
13 terms
Chapter 6: Exponential functions
Zero exponent
Negative exponent
Product of power
Quotient of power
10^0 always equals 1, The zero exponent rule basically says t…
how many times to divide by the number 8^-1= 1 ÷ 8 = 1/8 = 0.…
When you have a number or variable raised to a power, the num…
When you multiply two powers with the same base, you add the…
Zero exponent
10^0 always equals 1, The zero exponent rule basically says t…
Negative exponent
how many times to divide by the number 8^-1= 1 ÷ 8 = 1/8 = 0.…
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Chapter 6 Mental functions
cognition
cognition 2
icf defines mental function as
icf divides mental function in what to…
wide range of functions such as attention, memory, perception…
complex process that includes a constant use of communication…
the psycho-physiological functions that encompass thought, in…
global mental functions and specific mental functions
cognition
wide range of functions such as attention, memory, perception…
cognition 2
complex process that includes a constant use of communication…
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Chapter 6: Exponential Functions
Zero Exponent
Negative Exponents
Using the Properties of Exponents
Radicals and Rational Exponents
For any nonzero number a, a⁰=1. The power 0⁰ is undefined.... 4…
For any nonzero number a⁻ⁿ is the reciprocal of aⁿ.... 3⁻²=1/3²…
Product of Powers: to multiply powers with the same base, add…
ⁿ√a=a¹/ⁿ
Zero Exponent
For any nonzero number a, a⁰=1. The power 0⁰ is undefined.... 4…
Negative Exponents
For any nonzero number a⁻ⁿ is the reciprocal of aⁿ.... 3⁻²=1/3²…
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Chapter 6: Skeletal Functions
Osteoblasts
Osteoclasts
Osteocytes
4 types of bones
A cell that secretes matrix for bone formation
Large multinuclear cells associated with absorption of bone
A mature osteoblast cell that becomes embedded in bone matrix…
Long, flat, short, irregular
Osteoblasts
A cell that secretes matrix for bone formation
Osteoclasts
Large multinuclear cells associated with absorption of bone
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AP Biology- Cell Functions (Chapter 6-7)
Cell Theory
Adhesion Protein
Amphipathic
Carrier Protein
The basic unit of structure in all organisms and also the bas…
Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) are proteins located on the ce…
Having both hydrophilic and hydrophobic parts.
A protein that transports specific substance through intracel…
Cell Theory
The basic unit of structure in all organisms and also the bas…
Adhesion Protein
Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) are proteins located on the ce…
AP Biology- Cell Functions (Chapter 6-7)
Cell Theory
Adhesion Protein
Amphipathic
Carrier Protein
The basic unit of structure in all organisms and also the bas…
Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) are proteins located on the ce…
Having both hydrophilic and hydrophobic parts.
A protein that transports specific substance through intracel…
Cell Theory
The basic unit of structure in all organisms and also the bas…
Adhesion Protein
Cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) are proteins located on the ce…
8th Grade Math Chapter 6 Functions
Inputs
Outputs
Relation
Mapping diagram
Order pairs can be used to show inputs (x)
Order pairs can be used to show outputs (y)
A relation pairs input with outputs. A relation can be repres…
A relation can be represented by ordered or a mapping diagram.
Inputs
Order pairs can be used to show inputs (x)
Outputs
Order pairs can be used to show outputs (y)
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Chapter 6.1 Functions of the Skeletal System
The skeletal system has four component…
The skeleton is usually thought of as…
The skeletal system has many functions…
Body Support- Rigid, strong bone is we…
The skeletal system has four components: _______________, ___…
The _______________ is usually thought of as the ____________…
The skeletal system has many functions such as: _____________…
_______________ _______________- Rigid, strong bone is well s…
The skeletal system has four component…
The skeletal system has four components: _______________, ___…
The skeleton is usually thought of as…
The _______________ is usually thought of as the ____________…
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