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 function 2 sets and a rule that assigns each element of the first set to an element of the second set domain set of values of the independent variables of a given function range set of values that a given function takes as its argument varies through its domain one to one function each x value corresponds to only one y value and each y value only corresponds to one x value horizontal axis x axis vertical axis y axis origin the intersection of 2 axes, and has (0,0) coordinates rectangular (or cartesian) coordinate system method of locating and describing points using horizontal and vertical axes slope ratio of the rise (y) to the run (x) linear equation first degree equation. It's graph is a straight line. y = mx + b nonlinear equation higher than the first degree equation. It's graph is not a straight line. y = ax2 + bx + c positive slope lines extending from lower left to upper right in a rec. coordinate system negative slope lines extending from upper left to lower right in a rec. coordinate system numberic variable a quantitative variable that describes a numberically measured value (discrete or continuious) discrete variable a numeric variable that takes only a finite # of real values ex. 1, 2, 3, 5 continuous variable a numeric variable which can assume an infinite number of real values ex. age, distance, tempt measure of central tendency a single number that is most representative of the entire collection of numbers data facts or numbers that describe something statistics the branch of mathematics that studies techniques for collecting, organizing & interpretting data graph pictorial rep. made for the purpose of studying changes in a single variable or comparing sev graphs reveal 2 kinds of info 1. facts 2. result of a study applications of graphs make it easy to present& analyze large amount of numerical & factual info. every graph must have- title, labels, correctly scaled axes, correctly plotted data natural numbers counting numbers or positive integers ex. 2,3,4,... integers whole numbers, negative whole numbers and zero ex. -72, 0 29 rational numbers any number that can be written as a ratio of two integers (can write it as a fraction den.& num. integers) ex. 2/5 irrational numbers any number that is not a rational number ex. square root of 2, pi real numbers any number on the number line simple interest i = prt interest = principle x rate x time compound interest A = P(l + r/n)nt (power) \$660 8% per year for 2 yrs. .08 x 600 = 48.00 600+48= \$648 yr. 1 648(.08)= 699.94 yr. 2 slope intercept y = mx + b find slope containing points.. y2 - y1/ x2 - x1