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- Q1A numerical or constant quantity placed before and multiplying the variable in an algebraic expression.VariableExponentCoefficientTerm30s
- Q230s
- Q3A number that stands on its own.ConstantCoefficientTermVariable30s
- Q430s
- Q5The word that describes a function that can be traced without ever having to pick up your pencil.ContinuousRangeDiscreteDomain30s
- Q6The word that describes data points that are not connected.DiscreteRangeContinuousDomain30s
- Q7The following graph is...DiscreteContinuous45s
- Q8The following graph is...ContinuousDiscrete45s
- Q9To graph a set of data points or a function.SketchCoordinate planePlotDisplay30s
- Q10A set of numbers making up an ordered pair; with an x direction and a y direction.Coordinate PointCoordinate PlaneGraphPlot30s
- Q11Which coordinate point is plotted at position C?(2, 6)(6, 2)(3, 3)(6, 4)30s
- Q12To find similarities and/or differences between two things.SynthesizeGraphCompareIdentify30s
- Q13Compare the two quadratic graphsThe graphs are similar because they both have a y-intercept of 5.The graphs are similar because they both open up.The graphs are different because one has a maximum and the other has a minimum.The graphs are different because they the first graphs is linear and the second graphs is quadratic.45s
- Q14A letter that stands in the place of a mystery value.VariableQuantityExponentTerm30s
- Q1530s