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The horizontal line which is used to represents the independent variable on the number line. 


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Name for a number that is multiplied by a variable 


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The verticle line which is used to represents the dependent variable on the number line. 


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Letter used to represent a number. 


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Variable that changes based on rule. 


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Range of values that are selected before rule is applied. 


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The point (0, 0) or the point where the x axis and the y axis meet. 


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a point where two lines meet. 


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A squared plus B squared equals C squared. 


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The Egyptian mathematician that inspired the Pythagorean Theorem 


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A relationship that has a constant rate of change. The graph of a linear equation is a straight line. 


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A number sentence using numbers and/or variables that maintains equivalence on both sides of the equal sign. 


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A number sentence that contains a combination of numbers and/or variables. It does not maintain equivalence because it does not include an equal sign. 


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A comparison of two numbers 


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The lowest level of learning. Example, what is the formula for area of a rectangle. 


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Next level of learning. To understand. Example, find the area of a rectangle using the formula. 


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Third level of learning. To apply the knowledge. Find the area of the rectangular courtyard. 


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The fourth level of learning. Breaking down into parts. For example, find the area of an irregular figure using the formula for the area of a rectangle. 


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Fifth level of learning. Combining of ideas to make new complex idea. For example, how much grass seed do we need to buy for the 9ft x 12 ft front yard if each bag of grass seed covers 1 square yard. 


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The sixth level of learning. Using knowledge to make decisions. For example, Bag of seed A cost $12 and covers 1 sq yds. Bag of seed B covers 2 sq yds and cost $20. Which one is cheapest if my yard is 9ft by 12ft. 


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To describe how objects are alike 


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To tell how objects are not alike 


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An equation that is always true for a particular situation. 


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The side of a right triangle that is opposite the right angle. It is the longest side of a right triangle. 


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A number that cannot be written as a fraction with a numerator and a denominator that is an integer. 


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positive or negative whole numbers 


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The bottom part of a fraction that identifies the total number of parts. 


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The top part of a fraction that identifies the number of parts selected 


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A statement about the relationship between the lengths of the side of a right triangle. The theorem states that if a and b are the lengths of the side of a right triangle and c is the hypotenuse, then a squared + b squared = c squared 


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Number that can be written as a fraction a/b, where a and b are integers. 


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The set all rational and irrational numbers 


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The product will result in any number A,is the number,that will when multiplied by itself, will have A for the product. 


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lines that never meet. Example, railroad tracks are pararllel lines. 


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4 sided fiqure with opposite sides parallel. 


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comparison of two numbers 


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a rule or law, one expressed by an equation or formula. 


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The distance around a shape. 


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Triangle with one 90 degree angle 


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A triangle with two equal sides 


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The measure of space inside a shape. 


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a four sided fiqure that has opposite side equal and parallel and has 4 90 degree angles. 

