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The number that is multiplied by the variable. Coefficient

Method of solving a system in which two equations are added together in a manner that will eliminate one of the two variables. Elimination Method

An equation that when graphed will form a line. Linear Equation

An inequality that when graphed will form a line that divides the coordinate plane into a shaded region and unshaded region. Linear Inequality

Two lines cross at a point. Intersection

Two lines that are co-planar and never intersect. Parallel

Two lines that are co-planar and intersect to form four right angles. Perpendicular

The rate at which the y value of a linear function rises or falls as x increases. Slope

A method for solving a system of linear equations in which the equivalent expression of a variable is substituted for that variable into the other equation. Substitution Method

The point of intersection for a system of equations. Solution

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A number or symbol that is multiplied by a variable Coefficient

Used to graph greater than and less than Dashed Line

Write both equations with the variables lined up in columns; eliminate one of the variables by adding Elimination Method

Graph both equations, using the slope and y-intercept; determine where the two lines cross Graphing Method

The two lines are graphed on top of each other Infinite Solutions

A mathematical sentence that uses greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to; straight line Linear Inequality

The two lines never cross No solutions

The two lines cross in exactly one spot on the graph One solution

Indicated by the letter m Slope

Used to graph greater than or equal to and less than or equal to Solid Line

The ordered pair(s) that satisfy all equations in the system at the same time Solution to a System

Solve one of the equations for one of the variables and then plug this equation into the other equation Substitution Method

A set of two or more equations that contain two or more variables, including nonlinear equations System of Equations

The point at which the line intersects the y-axis, indicated by b Y-Intercept

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The number that is multiplied by the variable. Coefficient

Method of solving a system in which two equations are added together in a manner that will eliminate one of the two variables. Elimination Method

An equation that when graphed will form a line. Linear Equation

An inequality that when graphed will form a line that divides the coordinate plane into a shaded region and unshaded region. Linear Inequality

Two lines cross at a point. Intersection

Two lines that are co-planar and never intersect. Parallel Lines

Two lines that are co-planar and intersect to form four right angles. Perpendicular Lines

The rate at which the y value of a linear function rises or falls as x increases. Slope

A method for solving a system of linear equations in which the equivalent expression of a variable is substituted for that variable into the other equation. Substitution Method

A type of system that has a solution. Consistent System

A type of system that has a solution. Inconsistent System

A type of system that has only one visible line on the graph. Dependent System

A type of system that has two visible lines on the graph. Independent System

The point of intersection for a system of equations. Solution to a System

The line is the same, points lie on the same line. Collinear

A set of two or more equations that contain two or more variables. System of Linear Equations

Parallel lines on a graph. A System with NO Solutions

The same line graphed on top of itself. A System with Infinite Solutions

An equation whose solutions form a straight line on a coordinate plane. Linear Equation

A linear equation written in the form y= mx+b, where m represents slope and b represents the y intercept. Slope-Intercept Form

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describes the slope of perpendicular lines opposite reciprocals

describes the slope of a line; steepness; incline rate of change

an equation that forms a straight line on the graph linear equation

y=x linear parent function

an inequality that involves a linear function linear inequality

a mathematical sentence that involves two values that are not necessarily equal inequality

> Greater than

< Less than

Any value or values that make an inequality true solution of an inequality

y=mx+b where m is slope and b is the y intercept slope intercept form

Ax+By=C standard form

y-y1=m(x-x1) for any point (x1, y1) point slope form

starting point; the b in a linear function. where x=0 y intercept

the point where the line crosses the x axis; when y=0 xintercept

the set of all the x values domain

the set of all the y values range

The x values; independent; domain input

the y values; dependent; range output

x, input independent variable

y, output dependent variable

the x intercept; when y=0 zero of a function

f(x)=y. y is a function of x function notation

a graph that is represented by a smooth line with no gaps continuous graph

a graph that is represented by set points; not connected discreet graph

a change that occurs on a graph transformation

slide; changing the y intercept translation

creates a mirror image of the graph over a given line or axis reflection

a relation in which each x value (input) has one and only one y value (output) function

a type of graph that uses set points to display information scatterplot

a scatter plot where the points all move in the upward direction positive correlation

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a statement that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal equation

the variable in an algebraic expression coefficient

y=mx+b slope intercept form

the answer to an equation solution

a diagram showing the relation between variable quantities, typically of two variables, each measured along one of a pair of axes at right angles graph

each of a group of numbers used to indicate the position of a point, line, or plane. coordinates

side by side and having the same distance continuously between them. parallel

is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables, and operators expression

a quantity that may change within the context of a mathematical problem variable

solve an equation for one variable, then substitute that solution in the other equation, and solve substitution

you either add or subtract the equations to get an equation in one variable. elimination

is a collection of two or more equations with a same set of unknowns system of equations

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The point at which the graph crosses or touches the vertical axis YINTERCEPT

The point at which the graph crosses or touches the horizontal axis XINTERCEPT

An equation whose graph creates a straight line LINEAR FUNCTION

The rate of change in the output relative to the input SLOPE

The difference between the y-values divided by the difference of the x-values SLOPE

The letter used to denote slope M

Another name for a coordinate pair (x,y) that makes an equation TRUE SOLUTION

What form uses the generic equation Ax+By=C? STANDARD

What form uses the generic equation y=mx+b? SLOEPINTERCEPT

What form uses the generic equation y-k=m(x-h) POINTSLOPE

What type of line has the equation y=# HORIZONTAL

What slope does a horizontal line have? ZERO

What type of line has the equation x=# VERTICAL

What slope does a vertical line have? UNDEFINED

The horizontal axis is called what? XAXIS

The vertical axis is called what? YAXIS

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a system of equations that has AT LEAST one solution consistent

a system of equations that has NO solution inconsistent

a system of equations that has exactly one solution independent

a system of equations that has an infinite number of solutions dependent

the method used to eliminate one of the variables to find the value of the other variables elimination

method best suited for equations where one variable of one of the equations is already on one side by itself substitution

to show the position of "x" and "y" on a graph in parentheses ordered pair

to show the position of "x", "y", and "z" on a graph in parentheses ordered triple

a single point where two or more lines meet or cross each other intersection

method used to plot points on a plane to find the intersection graphing

the handheld machine we use to answer all of our system of equations problems calculator

the x value is graphed on the _________ plane horizontal

the y value is graphed on the ________ plane vertical

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A ratio that describes how much one quantity changes with respect to a change in another quantity Rate of Change

Rise over Run Slope

Described by an equation of the form y=kx Direct Variation

The number k in equations of the form y=kx Constant of Variation

An equation in y=mx+b form Slope Intercept Form

C is represented by a numerical vale constant

Where the graph crosses the y-axis y intercept

Where the graph crosses the x-axis x intercept

An equation that forms a line when it is graphed linear equation

An equation in Ax + By = C form Standard form

The simplest linear function is f(x)=x parent function

The solution of an equation is any value that makes the equation true. root

An equation in y-y1=m(x-x1) form point slope form

Lines in the same plane that do not intersect parallel lines

Lines that intersect at right angles perpendicular lines

A numerical pattern that increases or decreases at a constant rate or value. Arithmetic Sequence

The difference between the terms in an arithmetic sequences. Common Difference

A group of graphs with one or more similar characteristics Family of Functions

A specific number in a sequence. Term