Section | Problem |
---|---|

4.1 | 1 |

4.1 | 3 |

4.1 | 5 |

4.2 | 1 |

4.2 | 3 |

4.2 | 5a |

4.2 | 8 |

4.3 | 1 |

4.3 | 3 |

4.5 | 1 |

4.5 | 2 |

4.5 | 4 |

4.5 | 5 |

4.5 | 7 |

4.5 | 10 |

4.5 | 18 |

4.8 | 1 a,b,c |

4.8 | 2 a,b,c |

4.10 | 1 |

4.11 | 1 |

4.11 | 3 |

4.11 | 5a |

4.11 | 6a |

4.11 | 7 |

4.11 | 10 |

4.11 | 11a |

5.1 | 1 |

5.1 | 2 |

5.1 | 3 |

5.1 | 4 a,b,d |

5.1 | 5 a,b,d,e |

5.1 | 7 a,b,d,e |

5.2 | 1 |

5.2 | 3 a,b,c,d |

5.2 | 5 a,b |

5.2 | 9 a,b |

5.2 | 11 |

5.3 | 1 |

5.3 | 2 |

5.3 | 5 |

5.3 | 7 |

## Math Geometry Basics Lines & Angles

Term | Description |
---|---|

OPPOSITE RAYS | COLLINEAR RAYS SHARING AN END-POINT |

POSTULATE | A STATEMENT ASSUMED TO BE TRUE |

ANGLE | THE UNION OF TWO RAYS THAT HAVE THE SAME END-POINT |

ADJACENT ANGLES | ANGLES SHARING A VERTEX AND A SIDE |

ANGLE BISECTOR | A RAY THAT DIVIDESAN ANGLE INTO 2 EQUAL PARTS |

COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES | 2 ANGLES WHOSE MEASURES SUM TO 90 DEGREES |

RAY | PORTION OF A LINE WITH ONE END-POINT |

SUPPLEMENTARY ANGLES | 2 ANGLES WHOSE MEASURES SUM TO 180 DEGREES |

## ñðà?òàð

Question | Answer |
---|---|

6 æà?û 8 ò?áåñ³ 12 ?ûðû áàð ê?ïæà? | êóá |

ò?ðò æà?û 4 ò?áåñ³ 6 ?ûðû áàð ê?ïæà? | òåòðàýäð |

òàáàíäàðû 5 á?ðûø á?é³ð æà?òàðû ïàðàëëåëîãðàì áîëûï êåëåò³í ê?ï æà? | 5 á?ðûøòû ïðèçìà |

3 æà?û áàð òàáàíäàðû ä??ãåëåê áîëûï êåëåò³í ê?ï æà? | öèëèíäð |

òàáàíû ä?íãåëåê áîëûï êåëåò³í ê?ï æà? | êîíóñ |

## Sequences

Question | Answer |
---|---|

How can you characterize a sequence? | It is an ordered list of numbers or variables. |

How do we call elements of a sequence? | Terms |

Sequence is formed under a special rule. How is it called? | Pattern |

How Many types of sequences can yo name? | Two |

What are they? | Increasing and decreasing |

Make up an example of odd numbers sequence | 1, 3, 5, 7, …, 2n-1 |

Make up an example of even numbers sequence | 2, 4, 6, 8, …, 2n |

Is it possible to make a sequence containing two patterns at once? | Yes. |

## Vocabulary

Term | Definition |
---|---|

Y-Axis ` | The vertical axis on a coordinate grid |

Quadrants | The four parts to a coordinate grid |

Origin | The point (0,0) on a coordinate grid |

Relation | A set of ordered pairs |

Function | A set of ordered pairs where the x's do not repeat |

Domain | The x values to a set of ordered pair |

X-Axis | The horizontal axis on a coordinate grid. |

Range | The y values to a set of ordered pairs. |

Discrete | Individual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all rational values define the domain.(Number of buses and students) |

Ordered Pair | A point in the form of (x,y) or (x,f(x)) |

Variable | A letter used to represent a quantity in Algebra. |

Vertical Line Test | A method used to determine if a graph is a function |

Correlation | The trend for a set of data. It can be positive, negative, constant, or no correlation. |

Independent Variable | The x value of the function. Also called the domain. |

Dependent Variable | The y value of the function. Also called the range. |

The symbol F(x) | Means y. |

Evaluate | To solve |

Commutative Property | The order of the numbers change |

Associative Property | The groups change (parenthesis change) |

Distribute Property | The numbers in a sum or differences are both multiplied by the same value. |

Simplify | Make the problem smaller by combining like terms. |

Like Terms | Terms that have the same variable or same variable with the same exponents. |

Ratio | Comparison of two quantities. |

Proportion | Comparison of two ratios |

Inequality | An algebraic expression that uses the symbols <,>. |

## Vocabulary

Term | Definition |
---|---|

Y- Axis | The vertical axis on a coordinate grid. |

Quadrants | The four parts to a coordinate grid. |

Origin | The point (0,0) on a coordinate grid. |

Relation | A set of ordered pairs. |

Function | A set of ordered pairs where the X's do not repeat. |

x- axis | The horizontal axis on the coordinate grid. |

Range | The y values to a sat of ordered pairs. |

Discrete | Individual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all real rational values define the domain ( number of buses and students) |

Continuous | An infinite number of points that are connected when graphed because all real values can be defined in the domain ( hours worked and pay) |

Order Pair | A point on the form of (x,y) or (x,y(x)) |

Variable | A lettered used to represent a quantity in Algebra. |

Vertical line test | A method used to determine if a graph is a function |

Correlation | The trend for the set data. If can be positive,negative,constant or no |

Independent Variable | The x value of the function. also called the domain. |

Dependent Variable | The y value on a function also called the range. |

The symbol F(x) | Means y |

Evaluate | To solve |

Commutative Property | The order of the numbers change |

Associative Property | The group change (parenthesis change) |

Distributive Property | The numbers in the sum or difference are both multiplied by the same value. |

Simplify | Make the problem smaller by combining like terms |

Like Terms | Terms that have the same variable or same variable with the same exponets |

Ratio | Comparison of two quantities |

Proportion | Comparison of two ratios |

Inequality | An algebraic expression that uses the symbols <> |

## vocabulary

Term | Definition |
---|---|

y-axis | the vertical axis on a coordinate grid. |

quadrants | the four parts to a coordinate grid. |

origin | the point (0,0) on a coordinate grid. |

relation | a set of ordered pairs. |

function | a set of ordered pairs where the x's do not repeat. |

domain | the x values to a set of ordered pairs. |

x-axis | the horizontal axis on a coordinate grid. |

range | the y values to a set of ordered pairs. |

discrete | individual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all |

continuous | an infinite number of points that are connected when graphed because all real |

ordered pair | a point in the form of (x,y) or (x,f(x)) |

variable | a letter used to represent a quantity in algebra. |

vertical line test | a method used to determine if a graph is a function. |

correlation | the trend for a set of data. it can be positive, negative, constant or no correlation. |

independent variable | the x value of the function. also called the domain. |

dependent variable | the y value of the function. also called the range. |

the symbol f(x) | means y. |

evaluate | to solve. |

commutative property | the order of the numbers change. |

associative property | the groups change (parenthesis change) |

distributive property | the numbers in a sum or difference are both multiplied by the same value. |

simplify | make the problem smaller by combining like terms. |

like terms | terms that have the same variable or same variable with the same exponents. |

ratio | comparison of two quantities. |

proportion | comparison of two ratios. |

inequality | an algebraic expression that uses the symbols <,>. |

## vocab

Term | Definition |
---|---|

Y-axis | The vertical axis on a coordinate grid |

Quadrants | The four parts to a coordinate grid |

Origin | The point (0,0) on a coordinate grid |

Relation | A set of ordered pairs |

Function | A set of ordered pairs where the x's do not repeat |

Domain | The x values to a set of ordered pairs |

X-axis | The horizontal axis on a coordinate grid |

Range | The y values to a set of ordered pairs |

Discrete | Individual points that would not be a connected when the graphed because not all rational values define the domain |

Continuous | An infinite number of points that are connected when graphed because all real values can be defined in the domain |

Ordered Pair | A point in the form of (x,y) or (x,f(x)) |

Variable | A letter used to represent a quantity in Algebra |

Vertical Line Test | A method used to determine if a graph is a function |

Correlation | The trend for a set of data. it can be positive ,negative,constant or no corolation |

independent variable | the x value of the function and also known as the domain |

dependent variable | the y axis of the function also known as the range |

the symbol | means y |

Evaluate | To solve |

Commutative property | the order of the numbers change |

Associative Property | the group change (parenthesis change) |

Distributive Property | The numbers in a sum or difference are both multiplied by the same value |

Simplify | make the problem smaller by combining terms |

like terms | terms that have the same variable or same variable with the same exponents |

ratio | comparison of two quantities |

proportion | comparison of two ratios |

inequality | an algebraic expression that uses the symbols <,>. |

## Vocabulary

Term | Definition |
---|---|

y axis | The vertical axis on a coordinate grid |

quadrants | The four parts to a coordinate grid. |

origin | The point (0,0) on a coordinate grid |

relation | a set of ordered pairs |

function | a set of ordered pairs where the x's do not repeat |

domain | the x values to a set of ordered pairs. |

x axis | the horizontal axis on a coordinate grid. |

range | the Y values to a set of ordered pairs |

discrete | individual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all rational values define the domain |

continuous | an infinite number of points that are connected when graphed because all real values can be defined in the domain |

ordered pair | a point in the form of (x,y) or (x,f(x)) |

variable | a letter used to represent a quantity in Algebra |

vertical line test | a method used to determine if a graph is a function |

correlation | the trend for a set of data. It can be positive, negative, constant or no correlation |

independent variable | the x value of the function. also called the domain |

dependent variable | the y value of the function. also called the range |

the symbol f(x) | means y |

evaluate | to solve |

commutative property | the order of the number change |

associative property | the groups change |

distributive property | The number in a sum or difference are both multiplied by the same value |

simplify | make the problem smaller by combining like terms |

like terms | terms that have the same variable or same variable with the same exponents. |

ratio | comparison of two quantities |

proportion | comparison of two ratios |

inequality | an algebraic expression that uses symbols <,>. |

## vocabulary

Term | Definition |
---|---|

y-axis | the vertical axis on a coordinate grid |

quadrants | the four parts to a coordinate |

origin | the point (0.0) on a co |

relation | the set of ordered pairs |

function | a set of ordered pairs where the x's do not repeat |

domain ` | the x values to a set of ordered pairs |

x-axis | the horizontal axis on a coordinate grid |

range | the y values to set of ordered pairs |

discrete | individual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all |

continuous | an infinite number of points that are connected when graphed because all real |

ordered pair | a point in the form of (x,y) or (y,f(x)) |

variable | a letter used to represent a quantity in algebra |

vertical line test | a method used to determine if a graph is a function |

correlation | the trend for a set of data it can be positive, negative, constant or no correlation |

independent variable | the x value of the function also called the domain |

dependent variable | the y value of the function also called the range |

the symbol (x) | means y |

evaluate | to solve |

commutative property | the order of the numbers changes |

associative property | the groups change parenthesis change |

distributive property | the numbers in a sum or difference are both multiplied by the same value |

simplify | make the problem smaller by combing like terms |

like terms | terms that have the same variable or same variable with the same exponents |

ratio | comparison of two ratios |

proportion | comparison of two ratios |

inequality | an algebraic expression that uses the symbols |