#### Study sets matching "functions chapter 9"

#### Study sets matching "functions chapter 9"

Axis of Symmetry

Vertex

Quadratic Formula

Discriminant

The middle of a parabola... -b/2a

the highest or lowest point of the parabola

the formula you can use when you cannot factor or complete th…

The value underneath the radical sign in the Quadratic Formula

Axis of Symmetry

The middle of a parabola... -b/2a

Vertex

the highest or lowest point of the parabola

axis of symmetry

completing the square

discriminant

maximum

the line that divides the parabola into two matching halves.

the process of changing the expression x^2 +bx into a perfect…

is the expression under the radical sign in the quadratic for…

the highest point of the parabola y=ax^2 + bx + c when a<0.

axis of symmetry

the line that divides the parabola into two matching halves.

completing the square

the process of changing the expression x^2 +bx into a perfect…

constant of variation

constant rate of change

dependent variable

direct variation

The slope, or rate of change, in the equation y = kx represen…

The rate of change between any two data points in a linear re…

The variable in a relation with a value that depends on the v…

A special type of linear equation that describes rate of chan…

constant of variation

The slope, or rate of change, in the equation y = kx represen…

constant rate of change

The rate of change between any two data points in a linear re…

quadratic function

parabola

axis of symmetry

vertex

a function that can be written in this form

the graph of a quadratic function, a u-shaped curve

the fold or line that divides a parabola into two matching ha…

the highest or lowest point of a parabola

quadratic function

a function that can be written in this form

parabola

the graph of a quadratic function, a u-shaped curve

x - intercept

y - intercept

Slope

Slope-intercept form

The point where a line crosses the x-axis

The point where a line crosses the y-axis

Describes the steepness of a line, the variable m is used in…

An equation where the slope (m) is written first followed by…

x - intercept

The point where a line crosses the x-axis

y - intercept

The point where a line crosses the y-axis

axis of symmetry

completing the square

discriminant

maximum

the line that divides a parabola into two matching halves

a method of solving quadratic equations by turning part of th…

b^2 - 4ac This can be used to determine the number of solutio…

The y-coordinate of the vertex of a downward opening parabola.

axis of symmetry

the line that divides a parabola into two matching halves

completing the square

a method of solving quadratic equations by turning part of th…

skeletal, smooth and cardiac

skeletal and smooth (but NOT cardiac)

myo (mys- or sarco-)

sarcolemma

three types of muscle tissue

elongated and are called muscle fibers

prefixes for muscle

plasma membrane of the muscle cell

skeletal, smooth and cardiac

three types of muscle tissue

skeletal and smooth (but NOT cardiac)

elongated and are called muscle fibers

Axis of Symmetry

Discriminant

Maximum

Minimum

a line that divides a parabola in two matching halves

the value that determines the number of solutions

the y-coordinate of the vertex of a parabola that opens downw…

they y- coordinate of the vertex of a parabola that opens upw…

Axis of Symmetry

a line that divides a parabola in two matching halves

Discriminant

the value that determines the number of solutions

axis of symmetry

completing the square

discriminant

maximum

the line that divides the parabola into two matching halves.

the process of changing the expression x^2 +bx into a perfect…

is the expression under the radical sign in the quadratic for…

the highest point of the parabola y=ax^2 + bx + c when a<0.

axis of symmetry

the line that divides the parabola into two matching halves.

completing the square

the process of changing the expression x^2 +bx into a perfect…

1. Polarized

2. Depolarization

3. Repolarization

4. Excitation-contraction coupling

A voltmeter would show there is a potential difference (volta…

Generation and propagation of an action potential.... 1. Depolar…

The restoring of the sarcolemma to its initial polarized stat…

The sequence of events by which transmission of an action pot…

1. Polarized

A voltmeter would show there is a potential difference (volta…

2. Depolarization

Generation and propagation of an action potential.... 1. Depolar…

Function

Independant variable

Depemdant variable

Vertical line test

Is a relation in wihch each element of the domain is paired w…

These values are chosen and do not depend upon the other vari…

Comtains all values of the range

Another way to determine if a relation is a function or not

Function

Is a relation in wihch each element of the domain is paired w…

Independant variable

These values are chosen and do not depend upon the other vari…

Common Ratio

Compound Interest

Exponential Decay

Exponential Function

In a geometric sequence, the common ratio of any term and the…

Interest earned or paid on both the principal and previously…

An exponential function of the form f(x)=ab^x. ... Y=a(1-r)^x

A function of the form f(x)=ab^x

Common Ratio

In a geometric sequence, the common ratio of any term and the…

Compound Interest

Interest earned or paid on both the principal and previously…

Function

Independent variable

Dependent variable

Vertical line test

A relation in which each element of the domain is paired with…

The domain contains all values

The range contains all values

A way to determine whether a relation is a function is to app…

Function

A relation in which each element of the domain is paired with…

Independent variable

The domain contains all values

quadratic function

parabola

axis of symetry

minimum

non linear functions, that can be written in the form ... f(x)…

the graph of a quadratic function

The line that divides a parabola into two matching halves.

the lowest point of the parabola y=ax^2 + bx + c when a>0.

quadratic function

non linear functions, that can be written in the form ... f(x)…

parabola

the graph of a quadratic function

Life Function

Torpor

Hibernation

Specialized

Nutrition.

Extreme mental and physical sluggishness.

A period of inactivity that some animals experience in winter…

Cryogenics phage infects bacterium; viral DNA incorporated in…

Life Function

Nutrition.

Torpor

Extreme mental and physical sluggishness.

Life Function

Torpor

Hibernation

specialized

See life Processes

State of inactivity or dormancy during which body processes

A period of significantly reduced metabolic activity.

Designed for a specific function

Life Function

See life Processes

Torpor

State of inactivity or dormancy during which body processes

cell function

tissue structure

organ structure

systems

the basic unit of the body structure and are the building blo…

a group of cells with a similar structure

a group of tissues with the same function

formed by organs that work together to preform special functi…

cell function

the basic unit of the body structure and are the building blo…

tissue structure

a group of cells with a similar structure

Cloaca

Esophagus

Gall bladder

Large intestine

A muscular cavity which stores waste until it is released fro…

The tube that leads from the mouth to the stomach

Small sac that stores bile from the liver

Absorbs water from u digestive food and moves undigested food…

Cloaca

A muscular cavity which stores waste until it is released fro…

Esophagus

The tube that leads from the mouth to the stomach

constant of variation

constant rate of change

dependent variable

direct variation

The slope, or rate of change, in the equation y = kx represen…

The rate of change between any two data points in a linear re…

The variable in a relation with a value that depends on the v…

A special type of linear equation that describes rate of chan…

constant of variation

The slope, or rate of change, in the equation y = kx represen…

constant rate of change

The rate of change between any two data points in a linear re…

constant of variation

constant rate of change

dependent variable

direct variation

the slope, or rate of change, in the equation y=kx, represent…

in a linear relationship, the rate of change between any 2 qu…

the range contains all values of the dependent variable

a special type of linear equation that describes rate of change

constant of variation

the slope, or rate of change, in the equation y=kx, represent…

constant rate of change

in a linear relationship, the rate of change between any 2 qu…

None of the body systems are capable o…

All are interdependent and work togeth…

Role of the Nervous System

Central nervous system

...

...

1. Chief coordinator of all body systems ... 2. Detects and resp…

1. Brain ... 2. Spinal cord

None of the body systems are capable o…

...

All are interdependent and work togeth…

...

cranial&spinal meninges

cranium

vertebral column

meninges

dura meter... arachnoid mater ... pia meter

skull that surrounds the brains

surrounds the spinal cord

3 types; dura meter, arachnoid mater, and pia meter... it separa…

cranial&spinal meninges

dura meter... arachnoid mater ... pia meter

cranium

skull that surrounds the brains

axis of symmetry

completing the square

discriminant

maximum

the line that divides the parabola into two matching halves.

the process of changing the expression x^2 +bx into a perfect…

is the expression under the radical sign in the quadratic for…

the highest point of the parabola y=ax^2 + bx + c when a<0.

axis of symmetry

the line that divides the parabola into two matching halves.

completing the square

the process of changing the expression x^2 +bx into a perfect…

aorta

aortic valve

arteries

arterioles

the main trunk of the systemic arterial system

connects the left ventricle to the aorta

largest of the blood vessels that carry blood away from the h…

the smallest arteries that connect with the capillaries

aorta

the main trunk of the systemic arterial system

aortic valve

connects the left ventricle to the aorta

axis of symmetry

completing the square

discriminant

maximum

the line that divides a parabola into two matching halfs

a method of solving quadratic equations by turning part of th…

b^2 - 4ac This can be used to determine the number of solutio…

The y-coordinate of the vertex of a downward opening parabola.

axis of symmetry

the line that divides a parabola into two matching halfs

completing the square

a method of solving quadratic equations by turning part of th…

Mitosis

Chromosomes

Sexual Reproduction

Asexual Reproduction

A process of nuclear division in eukaryotic cells. Mitosis co…

Bodies within the nucleus made in DNA and proteins called the…

A reproductive process that involves two parents that combine…

Process by which a single parent reproduces by itself

Mitosis

A process of nuclear division in eukaryotic cells. Mitosis co…

Chromosomes

Bodies within the nucleus made in DNA and proteins called the…

Where do white blood cell function?

Where are leukocytes located and what…

Myelocytic Leukocytes

What is the primary purpose of white b…

-They function in the tissues. ... - Do not function in the bloo…

- Located in bone marrow, circulation, tissue and spleen.... -Co…

Refers to granulocytes which are neutrophils, basophils,and e…

Defend against non-self substances... -Bacteria... -Virus... -Fungi... -F…

Where do white blood cell function?

-They function in the tissues. ... - Do not function in the bloo…

Where are leukocytes located and what…

- Located in bone marrow, circulation, tissue and spleen.... -Co…

Quadratic function

Standard form of a quadratic function

Quadratic parent function

Parabola

A function of the form y = ax2 + bx + c, where a is not equal…

The standard form of a quadratic function is f(x) = ax2 + bx…

The simplest quadratic function f(x) = x2 or y = x2.

The graph of a quadratic function.

Quadratic function

A function of the form y = ax2 + bx + c, where a is not equal…

Standard form of a quadratic function

The standard form of a quadratic function is f(x) = ax2 + bx…

absolute value function

axis of symmetry

completing the square

dilation

A function written as f(x) = abs(x), in which f(x) is greater…

The vertical line containing the vertex of a parabola.

To add a constant term to a binomial of the form x^2+bx so th…

A transformation that alters the size of a figure, but not it…

absolute value function

A function written as f(x) = abs(x), in which f(x) is greater…

axis of symmetry

The vertical line containing the vertex of a parabola.

explain what fzero and its purpose?

Explain the rules of Fzeros inputs

What is the function definition line

If the input argument is a scalar/vect…

Matlab's built in function... x = fzero(function,x0)... Is essent…

The fzero function's initial guess must be close to the actua…

The function definition line is the first line in a new funct…

The mathematical expressions within each function file must c…

explain what fzero and its purpose?

Matlab's built in function... x = fzero(function,x0)... Is essent…

Explain the rules of Fzeros inputs

The fzero function's initial guess must be close to the actua…

Mineral

Macromineral

Micromineral

Osteoporosis

are nutrients needed in small amounts to preform various func…

these are minerals in the diet required in amounts of 100 mil…

these are minerals required in amounts of less than 100 milli…

is a condition that results when bones become porous and frag…

Mineral

are nutrients needed in small amounts to preform various func…

Macromineral

these are minerals in the diet required in amounts of 100 mil…

Neuroglia cells

Neuron

Cell body

Axon

supporting cells; provide a supportive scaffolding for the ne…

Nerve cell; structural unit of the nervous system that conduc…

major bio synthetic center of a neuron, except for centrioles…

conducting component of neuron, generate nerve impulses away…

Neuroglia cells

supporting cells; provide a supportive scaffolding for the ne…

Neuron

Nerve cell; structural unit of the nervous system that conduc…

Glycolysis function

Glycolysis input

Glycolysis output

Krebs Cycle function

Initial breakdown of glucose molecule through enzymatic proce…

Glucose, 2 ATP, 2NAD+, 4 ADP & Pi

2 pyruvates, 2 (net) ATP, 2 NADH, 2 H20

Breakdown of glucose through 2 cycles per molecule

Glycolysis function

Initial breakdown of glucose molecule through enzymatic proce…

Glycolysis input

Glucose, 2 ATP, 2NAD+, 4 ADP & Pi

1. Alveolar capillary membrane

2. Alveoli

3. Bronchioles

4. Cardiopulmonary system

gas-exchange structure that contains the alveoli and the capi…

air sacs in the lungs from which gas is exchanged with the ca…

the thin-walled branches of the bronchi; the smallest air-con…

the collective name for the respiratory and cardiovascular sy…

1. Alveolar capillary membrane

gas-exchange structure that contains the alveoli and the capi…

2. Alveoli

air sacs in the lungs from which gas is exchanged with the ca…

Quadratic function

standard form quadratic function

parabola

Axis of symmetry

A function that can be written in the form... f(x) = ax^2+bx+c,…

a quadratic expression in the form ax2+bx+c=0 is said to be i…

A parabola is the graph of a quadratic function.

A line that divides a figure in half so that each half is the…

Quadratic function

A function that can be written in the form... f(x) = ax^2+bx+c,…

standard form quadratic function

a quadratic expression in the form ax2+bx+c=0 is said to be i…

Treatment Services

Back-filled

Gradualism approach

Mets-analysis

Any in prison program designed to meet an inmates needs and l…

Management strategy to meet minimum critical staffing by aski…

A "Go Slow" approach to design and implementation of new prog…

A quantitative statistical analysis that is applied to separa…

Treatment Services

Any in prison program designed to meet an inmates needs and l…

Back-filled

Management strategy to meet minimum critical staffing by aski…

3 types of Muscle

Muscles are specialized to: (3 reasons)

Characteristics of muscle tissue

Striated Muscle group

Skeletal, smooth, cardiac

1. Generate force... 2. Produce movement... 3. Perform work

Excitable membranes, contractility, extensibility, elasticity

Skeletal and Cardiac

3 types of Muscle

Skeletal, smooth, cardiac

Muscles are specialized to: (3 reasons)

1. Generate force... 2. Produce movement... 3. Perform work

Angiosperms

Root system

Shoot system

Organ

flowering plant that produces seeds within an ovary, which ev…

includes the main root that contains nitrogen-fixing bacteria

aboveground portion of a plant consisting of the stem, leaves…

combination of two or more different tissues performing a com…

Angiosperms

flowering plant that produces seeds within an ovary, which ev…

Root system

includes the main root that contains nitrogen-fixing bacteria

Neuroglia cells

Neuron

Cell body

Axon

supporting cells; provide a supportive scaffolding for the ne…

Nerve cell; structural unit of the nervous system that conduc…

major bio synthetic center of a neuron, except for centrioles…

conducting component of neuron, generate nerve impulses away…

Neuroglia cells

supporting cells; provide a supportive scaffolding for the ne…

Neuron

Nerve cell; structural unit of the nervous system that conduc…

Cocaine

Acetylcholine

cholinergic synapses

Norepinephrine

blocks the reuptake of dopamine and norepinephrine, acting as…

the neurotransmitter used by all preganglionic neurons (sympa…

Some sympathetic postganglionic neurons (those that innervate…

- the neurotransmitter released by most sympathetic postgangl…

Cocaine

blocks the reuptake of dopamine and norepinephrine, acting as…

Acetylcholine

the neurotransmitter used by all preganglionic neurons (sympa…