# All vocab, Prealgebra

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- linear equation
- (Ch8) That have a function thats forms a line, has tow variables, and variables dont have any exponets
- experimental probability
- (Ch6) do experimental (numerator: how many satisfy, denominator: how many total)
- Common difference, common ratio
- (Ch5) the difference between any two terms
- measures of central tendency
- (Ch5) those is mode(most), mean(sum and ÷) and median(middle)
- theoretical probability
- (Ch6) didn't start experiment probability and think the nmber satisfy/total
- variable
- (Ch1) letter represents a number
- substitution
- (Ch8) replace the numbers and variables
- power
- (Ch4) same as exponent
- properties of equality (addition, subtraction, multiplication
- (Ch7) used when solving an equation (the same= to both sides) +4 and +4
- function
- (Ch8) A relation where each number in domain has only 1 answer
- null or empty set
- (Ch7) has no answer (can't match)
- simplify
- (Ch1) CORN: combine only like terms, order exponents, reduce fraction, no parentheses
- factor tree
- (Ch4) A tree for composite numbers to find its prime factors
- adjacent angles, vertical angles
- (Ch10) adjacent angles are next to and vertical angles are conqruent
- a ≤ b
- (Ch7) is at least OR is less than or equal to
- degree
- (Ch13) the highest exponents
- slope and rate of change
- (Ch8) m = y/x (how many up or down/how many right)
- transeveral, parallel lines and perpendicular
- (Ch10) parallel lines are straight never stops, transeveral are intersects and perpendicular lines forms for 90 degrees angles
- random
- (Ch6) change pick from a number of items, like drawing a number out of a hand.
- Venn Diagrams
- (Ch4) a relationship like smiliar or difference
- circle diamter center radius and circumference
- (Ch10) use the formula for circumference is 3.1415 times r^2
- rate
- (Ch6) a ratio that compares 2 numbers with different units
- slope and intercept form
- (Ch8) a line equation with y=mx+b
- identity
- (Ch7) all number can answer (all can make the statement true)
- nonlinear function
- (Ch13) a function that not form a line, not has 2 variables, and variables have exponents
- probability
- (Ch6) how many satisfy/total possible outcomes
- discount
- (Ch6) to reduce/decrease in price, quantity or value; use percent of change formula
- solution
- (Ch1) the answer that solution
- scale factor
- (Ch6) a ratio between two sets of measurement
- outcome
- (Ch6) one of the possible results or a probability experiment
- corresponding angles and corresponding parts
- (Ch10) not equals with the equals
- polynomial
- (Ch13) kind of monomial, binomial, and trinomial
- Simplest form
- (Ch4) CORN 1)colt 2)order exponents 3)reduce fractions 4)no ( )
- sample
- (Ch6) section of a whole group
- inverse properties (addition, multiplication)
- (Ch7) for add, ex: -3 + 3 =0 or -6 + 6 = 0. for multiply, 3 * 1/3 =1 or 4 * 1/4 =1.
- percent of change
- (Ch6) amount of change(-)/base=%/100. look word like discount, tip, tax, mark up, etc.
- domain
- (Ch1) ([x], y) the x values
- binomial
- (Ch13) polynomial with two terms
- percent
- (Ch6) number out of 100 %. ex: 76 %
- trinomial
- (Ch13) polynomial with three terms
- cubic function
- (Ch13) any function with an exponent of 3: ex: x^3
- Least common multiple (LCM)
- (Ch5) prime factorization, bubble map, * all
- congruent
- (Ch10) equals with supplementary and complementary
- alternate exterior and alternate interior
- (Ch10) alernate exterior is congruent and alentrnate interior is congruent
- prime number
- (Ch4) a number can do factor tree and has ONLY 2 factor
- constant of variation, direct variation
- (Ch8) constant of variation (k) direct variation is porprotional equation always passes through the origin
- cross products
- (Ch6) ex: 1/2=3/10 then 10 * 1 and 2* 3
- complemntary and supplentary
- (Ch10) Complentary is 90 degrees and Supplentary is 180 degrees.
- monomial
- (Ch13) polynomial with one term
- arithmetic sequence
- (Ch5) add ex) 1,2,3,4... mean add 1
- Intercept and intersect
- (Ch8) where lines cross
- origin
- (Ch1) (0,0) on graph
- best fit line
- (Ch8) not perfect line, a good line but closest to most of the dots
- proportion
- (Ch6) the equality of two ratios, written as an equation
- prime factorization
- (Ch4) prime tree
- scale drawing, scale model
- (Ch6) use a proportion: the ratio of the measurement on the drawing compared to the measurement of the original subject. ex: map scale 1in =5 miles
- evaluate
- (Ch1) answer with number, use PEMDAS
- equation
- (Ch1) math sentence with equals
- a < b
- (Ch7) is less than
- scientific notation
- (Ch4) a quick to know the size of number ex) 5.6*10^3
- mean
- (Ch5) add the number then divide how many of each numbers
- systems of equations
- (Ch8) more than two functions equations
- monomial
- (Ch4) polynomial with 1 term
- Algebraic expression
- (Ch1) a math sentence with variable
- order pair
- (Ch1) (x,y)
- defining a variable
- (Ch1) let n=number
- sample space
- (Ch6) the set of all possible outcomes from a probability experiment
- coordinate plane/sys
- (Ch1) graph with (x, y)
- geometric sequence
- (Ch5) multiply or divide ex) 3, 6, 12, 18...mean *2
- vertical line test
- (Ch8) if intersect in two places its not function
- inequality
- (Ch7) <, >, ≤, ≥
- percent proportion
- (Ch6) part/base=%/100. part is number that is left in sentence. base is word of. % is %. 100 is 100.
- unit rate
- (Ch6) a comparison of two measurement and the denominator is 1
- Standard form
- (Ch4) Normal Natation EX) 1,000
- polygon and quarilaterial
- (Ch10) shapes means the polygon and quadrilaterial means triple
- quadratic function
- (Ch13) any function with an exponent of 2: ex: 7x^2
- bar notation
- (Ch5) a decimal that have repeat. ex) 5.31313131...
- base
- (Ch6) the bottom of coefficients
- a > b
- (Ch7) is more than
- a ≥ b
- (Ch7) is at most OR is greater than or equal to
- Fibonacci Sequence
- (Ch5) the add the number and number but not geometic or arithemetic
- ratio
- (Ch6) comparing two numbers by division
- Greatest Common Factor GCF
- (Ch4) prime factorization, bubble map, multiply only the middle (common factors)
- Least Common Denominator (LCD)
- (Ch5) the smaller number from a fraction