Slope of a Line
Slope-Intercept Form of an Equation
Solution to a System of Equations
Standard Form of a Quadratic Equation
Standard Form of an Equation
System of Equations
A graph on which two different sets of data are plotted using coordinates.
A collection of numbers or objects
distributing, combining like terms, etc
The ratio of the vertical change to the horizontal change between two points, represented in equations by m
A way of writing a linear equation where the y-variable is isolated on one side of the equation. Slope-intercept looks like y = mx + b, where m equals the slope and b equals the y-intercept.
The value for the variable that makes the equation true.
The pair of values that make both equations true
A number times itself equals the square under the radical sign
When the polynomial is listed with each term in decreasing order of degree
y = ax2 + bx + cwhen the quadratic expression is listed with each term in decreasing order of degree
An equation is in standard form when the x term and the y term are written on the same side of the equal sign, with the constant (number-only term) on the other side. Ax + By = C
Every element of one set (the subset) is also listed in another set. Subsets are represented by circles in a Venn Diagram.
If two quantities are equal, one quantity may be put in the place of the other quantity and the value of the expression does not change.
Isolating one variable in one of the equations and substituting it into the other equation
The result of adding.
The same on one side as it is on the other. A circle cut in half has two symmetrical sides.
The order on either side of the equal sign does not matter. One side of the equation is the same as the other (think symmetrical) 3 = 2 + 1, 2 + 1 = 3
A collection of two or more equations