# Week 1 SYMKC Flashcards

1
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the set of all input values (independent, x-values) of a relation or function

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domain

2
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the set of all output values (dependent, y-values) of a relation or function

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range

3
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A function or relation has _______ domain and range if its values are unbroken over a part of the graph.

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continuous

4
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A function has __________ domain and range if its values are not connected.

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discrete

5
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Write domain and range from ____________.

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least to greatest (left to right or bottom to top when looking at a graph)

6
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Discrete or Continuous?

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Continuous

7
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Discrete or Continuous?

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Discrete

8
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Discrete or Continuous?

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Continuous

9
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In interval notation, use _____ to indicate < or > (exclusive). Also, use these symbols around ∞ or -∞

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parentheses ( )

10
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In interval notation, use _________ to indicate ≤ or ≥ (inclusive)

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square brackets []

11
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Symbol used for All Real Numbers

(any number that is not imaginary)

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R

12
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Symbol used for Rational Numbers

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Q

13
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Symbol used for the Integers

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Z

14
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Symbol used for the whole numbers

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W

15
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Symbol used for the Natural Numbers

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N

16
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Symbol used for the Irrational Numbers

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P

17
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Symbol used for a Complex Number

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C

18
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Symbol used for an imaginary number

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i

19
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Define the set of Complex Numbers

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a number that has a real and an imaginary part

20
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Define a Real Number

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Any number that is not imaginary, can be a fraction, decimal, repeating or terminating decimal, or nonterminating decimal

21
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Define a the set of rational numbers

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Any number that can be made a fraction or has a terminating or repeating decimal.

22
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Define the set of integers.

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Any positive, negative counting number and 0.

… -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, …

23
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Define the set of whole numbers

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Any positive counting number including 0.

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, …

24
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Define the set of Natural Numbers

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Any positive counting number

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …

25
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Define the set of irrational numbers

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Any decimal that does not repeat and does not terminate.

∏, e, any root that does not simplify

26
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Define the set of pure imaginary numbers

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A number that does not have a real part.

Example 4i, 10i, -6i

27
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values that may be positive in the real world or the problem is only interested in outcomes over a specified period.

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real world constraints

28
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Name that graph

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Linear

29
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Name that graph

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Cubic

30
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Name that graph

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Square Root

31
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Name that graph

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Exponential

32
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Name that graph

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Cube Root

33
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Name that graph

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34
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Name that graph

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Logarithmic

35
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Name that graph

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Rational (Reciprocal)

36
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Name that graph

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Absolute Value

37
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