Created by Mariapaula AR
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Question  Answer 
Set  A collection of distinct objects 
Element  One object in a set 
Relation  A rule that associates the elements of one set with the elements of another set 
Arrow or Mapping Diagram  This diagram is used to represent a relation. The oval represents the set and the arrows show the association between the sets. 
Continuous Data  Data that can take on any value within a range, On Graph: Points MUST be joined 
Discrete Data  Data which can only take on specific values 
Interpolate  Interpolation is an estimation of a value within two known values in a sequence 
extrapolate  To estimate a value outside a known range by assuming that the estimated value follows logically from the known values 
Ordered Pairs  Two numbers in order; the first number is is the xvalue and the second number is the corresponding yvalue 
Input values  Input values are anything in the given domain (Independent Value) 
Output Value  Output values are in the range. They depend on the input values. 
Independent Value  A value that is not determined by another value 
Dependent Value  A value that is determined by another value. 
Function  A relation in which each object from the first set is associated with exactly one object from the second set 
Domain  The first set of elements in a relation 
Range  The second set of elements of a relation 
Linear Relation  A relation that has a straight line on a graph 
Rate of Change  The change in one quantity with respect to the change in another quantity 
X Intercept  Th X coordinate of a point where the graph intersects the X Axis 
Y Intercept  The Y coordinate of a point where the graph intersects the Y Axis 