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 binomial polynomial with two terms closed interval an interval that includes its endpoints compound inequality two inequalities combined using either "and" (a conjunction) or "or" (a disjunction degree of the polynomial largest degree of a polynomial's terms dependent system of equations a system of equations with infinitely many possible choices discriminate for quadratic equation in standard form the discriminate is b -4 ac domain (of a relation or function) the set of all possible "input" into a unique "output" factoring writing a polynomial as a product of two or more factors factor a number or expression that can be multiplied to get another number or expression e.g. two is a factor of 6 becuase 2x3=6 function a rule for transforming any "input" into a unique "output" greatest common factor (GCF) largest expression that is a common factor of two or more expressions additive identity 0 is the additive identity because it can be added to any number without changing it multiplicative identity 1 is the multiplicative identity because any number can be multiplied by one without changing it inconsistent systems of equations the system of equations with no solutions least common multiple (LCM) the smallest expression that has two or more other expressions as factors monomial expression with a single term numeric expression a number or any expression containig only numbers (no variables) open interval an interval that does not contain its endpoint polynomial a monomial or sum of monomials radicand the number inside a radical symbol range (of a relation or function) the set of all possible "outputs" of the relation or function. (y) rational expression expression written as a fraction relation any set of ordered pairs ( the first number or expression is the relations "inputs," the second is the "output" route of an equation in equations roots are solutions tri-nomial a polynomial with three terms zero product property if the product of two factors is zero, then at least one of the factors must itself be zero