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binomial




polynomial




degrees




trinomial




monomial




difference of squares




perfect square trinomials




factoring by grouping




GFC




median




mean




IQR




Standard Deviation




Boxplot




Histogram




Q2, Q3




domain




range




rational expression




quotient




Rational Exponents




set notation




positive exponents




real numbers




quotient




complex number




imaginary numbers




product of 2 consecutive integers




Pythagorean Theorem Application




Quadratic Equations




second degree function




Zerofactor Property




Square Root Property




Foil Backwards




Foil




Special Products




Factoring Polynomials




Difference of Squares




Methods of factoring




Adding and Subtracting Complex Numbers




Real number system




Operations on Complex Numbers




Universal Set




Null set/Empty set




Subset




not a subset




The complement of a set




Intersection




Set




elements/members




set braces




infinite sets




finite sets




set builder notation




Rational Exponents




Quotient Rule




Sin




Cos




Tan




CSC




Sec




Cot




APC




Scatter Plot




Shape




Centre




Spread




5 W's




Data table




bar chart




pie chart




Segmented Bar Chart




Histogram




Stem & Leaf




Spread




Box Plot




Fivenumber summary




Average




Percentile




disjoint sets




union of two sets




set operations




Area




Volume




Projectile Motion




Parabola




Quadratic Regression




Vertex




Axis of Symmetry




b^24ac




Travelling Parabolas




interval over which function is decreasing




discontinous




function that decreases over part of the domain and increases over the rest of the domain




Zerofactory Property




Squareroot property




Quadratic formula




Value of discriminant




Number of Solutions




interval




radians to degrees
degrees to radians 



amplitude




period




climb




vertical translation




area sector of a circle




length of an arc




skewed




PEMDAS




Volume

v=lwh


if the lengths of the sides of a cube are tripled, by what factor will the volume change?




if the radious of a circle is doubled, by what factor will the area change?




When the weight of the load is doubled, by what factor is the holding time changed?




Natural numbers

{x/x = 1,2,3,4...}


Whole Numbers

{x/x = 0,1,2,3,4...}


Integers

{x/x = ...3,2,1,0,1,2,3...}


Rational numbers

{x/x = a/b, a&b are intergers, b /= 0}


Real numbers

{x/x is rational or irrational}


irrational numbers

{x/x /= a/b, a&b are integers, b /=0}


Complex numbers




imaginary numbers




power rule




product rule




zero exponent




additive property of polynomials




disributive property of polynomials




Term




numerical coefficient




like terms




degree of a term




degree of a polynomial




closure property

the sum or product of 2 real numbers is a real number a + b=real ab=real


commutative property

order that you add or multiply doesn't matter
a+b=b+a ab=ba 

associative property

the sum of product of 3 or more numbers doesn't change if order is changed
(a+b)+c=a+(b+c) (ab)c=a(bc) 

identities

0 is the additive identity (value of [a] doesn't change)
a+0=a 1 is the multaplicative identity 1a=a 

Inverse

the sum of a # and its opposite is 0
a+a=0 the product of a # and its reciprocal is 1 a(1/a)=1 

Distributive property

a(b+c)=ab+ac


absolute value

how far a value is from 0 on the number line (always positive or 0)


Order of Operations

Pemdas


numerator/denominator

y/x


Completing the square




Rules for combining exponents


