The point on a graph where the interval changes from increasing to decreasing
RELATIVE MAXIMUM
the magnitude of a real number without regard to its sign
ABSOLUTE VALUE
The middle value of the ordered data set
MEDIAN
In order to solve for a term you must know the value preceding term
RECURSIVE FORMULA
When the graph is going up
INCREASING INTERVALS
the stretching of the graph away from the x-axis
VERTICAL COMPRESSION
The point on a graph where the interval changes from decreasing to increasing
RELATIVE MINIMUM
Used to describe the spread of skewed data
INTERQUARTILE RANGE
The average of the data values
MEAN
Too many possible data values so data needs to be measured over intervals
CONTINUOUS
a function that represents the distribution of many random variables as a symmetrical bell-shaped graph.
NORMAL DISTREBUTATION
Set of values of x used as the input of the function
domain
Set of values of y calculated as the outputof the function
range