in general, a correspondence between sets of elements that has at most one output for any given number of inputs

a polynomial of degree n has exactly n of these

in graphing, a function's y value where the graph intersects the y-axis

common name for a polynomial of degree three

an ordered list of numbers

the inverse of the sine function

giving an input to this function returns a power that a base must be raised by to get the input

the regular intervals at which a trigonometric function repeats

approximately 2.72

in the popular equation y = mx + b, 'm' represents this

an angle whose degree measure is greater than 90 but less than 180

odd functions have this type of symmetry

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a function for which each input has a unique output

found by raising a number to the 1/2 power

symbolized by the '!' symbol; useful in combinatorics

a conic section that is also the graph of a quadratic function

a logarithmic function with base e is usually represented by these letters

the most common alternative to degrees as a unit of angular measure

letter most commonly used to represent the 'imaginary' square root of -1

an infinite set up of numbers consisting of the sequence that starts with 1, and increases by 1 with each successive term (sometimes also defined as containing zero)

a procedure that can be used to model a set of data using a linear function

a function for which each input has the same output

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