Term | Definition |
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y-axis | The vertical axis on a coordinate grid. |

Quadrants | The four parts to coordinate grid. |

Orgin | 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 seat of ordered pairs. |

Discrete | Individual points that would not be connected when graphed because not all rational values define the domain. (Numbers 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 payed) |

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 <,>. |

### 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.(Number of buses and students.) |

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

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 funstion. 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 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 (,) |

### Ratios, Rates, and Porportions

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

rate | a measure, quantity, or frequency, typically one measured against some other quantity or measure |

unit rate | The estimated market value contribution for each unit of an improvement |

porportions | a part, share, or number considered in comparative relation to a whole |

### Roman Numerals

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

1 | I |

2 | II |

3 | III |

4 | IV |

5 | V |

6 | VI |

7 | VII |

8 | VIII |

9 | IX |

10 | X |

20 | XX |

30 | XXX |

40 | XL |

50 | L |

60 | LX |

70 | LXX |

80 | LXXX |

90 | XC |

100 | C |

500 | D |

501 | DI |

550 | DL |

530 | DXXX |

707 | DCCVII |

### Wirtz Math Finance Chapter 6 Lesson 4

Term | Definition |
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employee benefits (C06L4 p310) | Value-added options that an employer may choose to offer employees; may include forms of insurance, paid vacation time, etc. |

insurance (C06L4 p310) | A contract (policy) in which an individual or entity receives financial protection or reimbursement against losses. |

paid vacation time (C06L4 p310) | Paid time off that an employer may offer to employees as an employee benefit. |

paid holiday time (C06L4 p310) | Paid time off for holidays that an employer may offer to employees as an employee benefit. |

retirement plans (C06L4 p310) | A means that employers may offer as to save for retirement; these types of plans may include pensions or 401K. |

stock ownership plans (C06L4 p310) | A plan that allows employees to buy or receive company stock; offered as an employee benefit. |

childcare leave (C06L4 p310) | An employee benefit that allows employees paid time off to care for sick children or newborns. |

family health care (C06L4 p310) | A type of health insurance that covers all members of the immediate family for health care bills to the extent outlined in the coverage plan. |

individual health care (C06L4 p310) | A type of health insurance that covers only the individual to the extent outlined in the coverage plan. |

pension (C06L4 p310, p456) | A type of retirement plan where an employee receives compensation from an employer after retirement. |

unemployment insurance (C06L4 p310) | A government program that offers benefits to eligible employees who, through no fault of their own, have lost their job. |

base period (C06L4 p311) | A fixed period of time that most states use in an unemployment insurance formula to determine weekly benefits. |

worker's compensations (C06L4 p311) | Assistance to employees who are injured while working at their job; a program that is governed by state laws. |

### Wirtz Math Finance Chapter 6 Lesson 3

Term | Definition |
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commission (C06L3 p303) | A method of payment where an employee receives a percentage of the amount of sales produced by that employee. |

royalty (C06L3 p303) | Money that employees or others receive based on sales, for example an author or musician. |

pieceworker (C06L3 p303) | A type of worker who is paid for each item the employee produces. |

piecework pay (C06L3 p303) | The set amount of money that a worker receives for each item the individual produces. |

### Wirtz Math Finance Chapter 6 Lesson 2

Term | Definition |
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weekly (C06L2 p296) | Once per week. |

biweekly (p156, C06L2 p296) | Every two weeks. |

semimonthly (C06L2 p296) | Two times a month. |

monthly (C06L2 p296) | Twelve times a year. |

direct deposit (p116, C06L2 p296) | Payroll or other types of checks that are directly and electronically deposited into a bank account. |

hourly rate (C06L2 p296) | a set amount that an employee is paid for each hour of work |

regular hours (C06L2 p297) | The set number of hours that an employee is expected to work. |

overtime hours (C06L2 p297) | The extra hours an employee works beyond their regular hours. |

overtime hourly rate (C06L2 p297) | The hourly wage an employee receives for any overtime hours. |

time-and-a-half overtime rate(C06L2 p297) | The hourly rate an employee usually gets paid for overtime hours. |

double-time pay (C06L2 p297) | An overtime rate that is two times the hourly rate. |

gross pay/income (C06L2 p297, p344, 1.2) | The total pay, which is the sum of an employee's hourly pay and overtime pay. Or wages or salary before deductions for taxes and other purposes. |

minimum wage (C06L2 p297) | The hourly rate that federal law allows as the least hourly rate to be paid to an employee in the United States. |

### Wirtz Math Finance Chapter 6 Lesson 5

Term | Definition |
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Social Security (C06L5 p316, 1.2) | An insurance program available through the United States government that provides income to people who retire, become disabled, or who receive survivor's benefits. |

FICA (C06L5 p316, 1.2) | The Federal Insurance Contributions Act that established Social Security insurance. |

FICA tax (C06L5 p316) | Social Security and Medicare taxes both fall in this category; the money that an employee and employer contribute to Social Security and Medicare is used to pay current benefits to others. |

Social Security tax (C06L5 p316) | The amount of Social Security a worker pays depends on the Social Security percentage and the maximum taxable income for that year; the amount is split between the employee and the employer. |

Medicare tax (C06L5 p316) | The amount of tax an employee pays is a set percentage of the entire income with no maximum amounts; the amount paid is split between the employee and employer. |

maximum taxable income (C06L5 p316) | The maximum income on which a person must pay Social Security tax in a given year. |

Social Security number (C06L5 p316) | A unique, nine-digit number that identifies a resident of the United States; this number is used to keep track of social security taxes that are paid. |

### vocabulary

Term | Definition |
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commutative property of multiplication | |

associative property of multiplication | |

identity property of multiplication | |

zero property of multiplication |

### Unit Circle Quadrant 1 only Sin, Cos, Tan

Question | Answer |
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sin (pi/4) | sqrt 2 / 2 |

sin (pi/3) | sqrt 3 / 2 |

sin (pi/6) | 1/2 |

sin (pi/2) | 1 |

cos (pi/3) | 1/2 |

cos (pi/4) | sqrt 2 / 2 |

cos(pi/6) | sqrt 3/ 2 |

cos (pi/2) | 0 |

cos (0) | 1 |

sin (0) | 0 |

tan (0) | 0 |

tan (pi/2) | undefined |

tan (pi/6) | sqrt 3 / 3 |

tan (pi/4) | 1 |

tan(pi/3) | sqrt 3 |