> greater than, < less than, ≥ greater than or equal to, ≤ less than or equal to
Extending to infinity or indefinitely
Positive and negative whole numbers including zeros. This category does not include any fractions or decimals. Examples: –2, 0, 4
Where the line you are graphing intersects the axes of the coordinate plane
The intersection of two or more sets is made up of the elements that the sets share. The term intersection is represented using an upside down union symbol which looks like .
A number that cannot be expressed as a ratio (fraction) of two numbers. This includes decimals that never stop or repeat. Examples: , 3.2516...
To separate out from all other parts. When solving an equation and isolating the variable, the variable is on one side of the equal sign and everything else on the other side. Separate the variable from the other variables and numbers using the equal sign as the border.