**2.**if a=1 the 2 integars that sum to the b coefficient and product to c provide the:**4.**the smallest quantity of some physical property, such as energy, that a system can possess according to the quantum theory**6.**sign of the leading coeffient for a concave up graph**8.**to solve 4-atic ?? form:factor out a, add/subtract b2/4a2,inside parentheses is perfect square,-h is axis of symmetry,k is f(h)**10.**the branch of science, divided into statics, dynamics, and kinematics, concerned with the equilibrium or motion of bodies in a particular frame of reference**12.**to find the perfect square sub in a new term that is the square of the b coefficient divided by:**14.**crosses x axis,if it begins + will end -**15.**to find the x-intercept let ƒ(x) equal to:**16.**shape of a 4-atic**18.**an expression consisting of a single term, such as 5ax**19.**a numerical or constant factor in an algebraic term**20.**a mathematical expression consisting of a sum of terms each of which is the product of a constant and one or more variables raised to a positive or zero integral power. For one variable, x, the general form is given by: a0xn + a1xn--1 + ... + an--1 x + an, where a0, a1, etc., are real numbers**23.**division utilizing the remainder theorem,ie divisor is (x-c)**24.**sign of the leading coeffient for a concave down graph**26.**if there is a vertex of a polynomial at a zero, ie f(x)=0, the multiplicity of that factor will be:??**28.**values of x that result in the polynomial having a value of 0**29.**term under the long division sign**32.**-(b/2a) identifies the axis of**33.**if u have 1 point and the slope and use the point-slope formula y2-y1=m(x2-x1) u get a ? Function**34.**the maxium top/bottom of a parabola, coordinates are: -{b/2a),ƒ(-(b/2a))

**1.**what we need to do to find the zeros in a polynomial**3.**the y-intercept implies x=0 and is quickly identified by the:**5.**the distance from the origin to the point at which a line, curve, or surface cuts a coordinate axis**7.**has turning point,symmetric on y-axis**9.**term above long division sign**11.**formula the generalization of completing the square**13.**the axis of symmetry is**17.**an algebraic expression related to the coefficients of a polynomial equation whose value gives information about the roots of the polynomial**21.**if constant = 0, has only odd degrees, it is symmetrical around the:??**22.**1 degree less than the divsor, divided by the divisor**25.**(of a coefficient) associated with the term of highest degree in a polynomial containing one variable**27.**solving standard form for x gives you the quadratic ?**30.**a stage in a scale of relative amount or intensity**31.**square will give you the x intercepts when y=0 in a quadratic equation