# Shared Flashcard Set

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Flashcard #2
p. 86-p. 268
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Mathematics
02/22/2010

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 added to, more than, the sum of, increased by, the total of, plus
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 Subtraction Translation PhrasesSection 2.3-p.86
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 minus, less than, less, subtracted from, decreased by, the difference between
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 Multiplication Tanslation PhrasesSection 2.3-p.86
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 times, of, the product of, multiplied by, twice
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 Division Translation PhrasesSection 2.3-p.86
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 divided by, the quotient of, the ratio of
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 Power Translation PhrasesSection 2.3-p.86
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 the square of, the cube of
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 EquationSection 3.1-p.106
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 Expresses the equality of two mathematical expressions.Example: 9+3=12 3x-2=10
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 Solution Section 3.1-p.106
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 A number that, when substituted for the variable, results in a true equation.
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 Solve an EquationSection 3.1-p.107
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 To find the solution of the equation.
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 The same number or variable term can be added to each side of an equation without changing the solution of the equation.
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 Multiplication Property of EquationsSection 3.1-p.109
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 Each side of an equation can be multiplied by the same nonzero number without changing the solution of the equation.
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 Uniform Motion EquationSection 3.1-p.111
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 The speed and direction of an object do not change.
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 The Basic Percent EquationSection 3.1-p.114
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 Percent Base = AmountP B = A
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 Simple Interest EquationSection 3.1-p.116
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 Interest = Principal rate timeI = Prt
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 Percent Mixture EquationSection 3.1-p.117
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 Quantity = Amount of solution Percent ConcentrationQ = Ar
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 Removing denominators from an equation that contains fractions by multiplying each side of the equation by the LCM of the denominators.
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 Even IntegerSection 4.2-p.174
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 An integer that is divisible by two.
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 Odd IntegerSection 4.2-p.174
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 An integer that is not divisible by two.
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 Consecutive IntegerSection 4.2-p.174
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 Integers that follow one another in order.
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 Even integers that follow one another in order.
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 Odd integers that follow one another in order.
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 PerimeterSection 4.3-p.181
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 The distance around a plain geometric figure.
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 Perimeter of a Triangle FormulaSection 4.3-p.181
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 P = a + b + c
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 Isosceles TriangleSection 4.3-p.182
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 A triangle that has two equal angles and two equal sides.
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 Equilateral TriangleSection 4.3-p.182
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 A triangle in which all three sides are of equal length.
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 Perimeter of a Rectangle FormulaSection 4.3-p.182
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 P = 2L + 2W
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 DegreeSection 4.3-p.183
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 A unit used to measure angles.
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 Right AngleSection 4.2-p.184
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 An angle whose measure is 90 degrees.
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 Straight AngleSection 4.3-p.184
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 An angle whose measure is 180 degrees.
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 Acute AngleSection 4.2-p.184
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 An angle whose measure is between 0 degrees and 90 degrees.
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 Obtuse AngleSection 4.3-p.184
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 An angle whose measure is between 90 degrees and 180 degrees.
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 Complementary AngleSection 4.3-p.184
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 Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees.
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 Supplementary AnglesSection 4.3-p.184
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 Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees.
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 Parallel LinesSection 4.3-p.184
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 Lines that never meet; the distance between them is always the same.
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 Perpendicular LinesSection 4.2-p.185
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 Intersecting lines that form right angles.
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 Verticle AnglesSection 4.3-p.185
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 Two angles that are on opposite sides of the intersection of the two lines.
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 Two angles that share a common side.
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 TransversalSection 4.3-p.186
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 A line intersecting two other lines at two different points.
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 Alternate Interior AnglesSection 4.3-p.186
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 Two nonadjacent angles that are on opposite sides of the transversal and between the parellel lines.
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 Alternate Exterior AnglesSection 4.3-p.186
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 Two nonadjacent angles that are on opposite sides of the transversal and outside the parellel lines.
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 Corresponding AnglesSection 4.2-p.187
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 Two angles that are on the same side of the transversal and are both acute angles or are both obtuse angles.
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 The Sum of the Measures of the (Interior) Angles of a TriangleSection 4.3-p.188
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 The sum of the measures of the interior angles of a triangle is 180 degrees.
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 Value Mixture (problem) EquationSection 4.6-p.212
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 Value = Amount x CostV = AC
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 Rectangular Coordinate SystemSection 5.1-p.247
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 System found by two number lines, one horizontal and one verticle, that intersect at the zero point of each line.
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 OriginSection 5.1-p.247
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 The point of intersection on a graph.
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 Axes (Coordinate)Section 5.1-p.247
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 The two axes. X and Y.
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 X-axisSection 5.1-p.247
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 The horizontal axis.
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 Y-axisSection 5.1-p.247
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 The horizontal axis in an xy-coordinate system.
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 One of the four regions into which the two axes of a rectangular coordinate system divide the plane.
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 Ordered PairSection 5.1-p.248
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 A pair of numbers such as (a,b), that can be used to identify a point in the plane determined by the axes of a rectangular coordinate system.
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 X-coordinateSection 5.1-p.248
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 The abscissa in a xy-coordinate system.
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 Y-coordinateSection 5.1-p.248
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 The ordinate in an xy-coordinate system.
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 Graph of an Ordered PairSection 5.1-p.248
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 A dot drawn on the coordinates of the point in the plane.
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 Average Rate of ChangeSection 5.1-p.252
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 The average rate of change of y with respect to x is the change in y divided by the change in x.
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 Linear Equation in Two VariablesSection 5.2-p.261
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 An equation of the form y=mx+b, where m is the coefficient of x and b is a constant; linear function.
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 Solution of A Linear Equation in Two VariablesSection 5.2-p.261
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 An ordered pair whose coordinates make the equation a true statement.
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 Graph of an Equation in Two VariablesSection 5.2-p.262
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 A graph of the ordered-pair solutions of the equation.
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 X-interceptSection 5.2-p.267
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 The point at which a graph crosses the x-axis.
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 Y-interceptSection 5.2-p.267
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 The point at which a graph crosses the y-axis.
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 Graph of y=bSection 5.2-p.268
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 A horizontal line passing through the point whose coordinates are (0,b)
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 Graph of x=aSection 5.2-p.268
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 A vertical line passing through the point whose coordinates are (a,0)
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