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**3.**A relationship or expression involving one or more variables.**4.**In Quadratics; the maximum or minimum point of a parabola. Outside Quadratics; a point where lines meet.**5.**The X and Y intercepts**7.**An adjective; X will increase/decrease slowly at first, but then increasingly more rapidly.**11.**The descriptor of a line that neither curves nor sways**14.**The process of finding what to multiply together to get an expression.**16.**An equation containing one or more terms in which the variable is raised to the power of two, but no terms in which it is raised to a higher power.**17.**The curve formed by the set of points in a plane that are all equally distant from both a given line and a given point.**18.**A way of remembering how to compute the sine, cosine, and tangent of an angle.**19.**A set of all output values (of a function)**20.**an expression that is a sum or difference of three terms

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**1.**The longest side of a triangle, opposite the right angle.**2.**a quantity calculated to indicate the extent of deviation for a group as a whole**6.**The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet, or alternatively (with an "e"); a baked dish of fruit, or meat and vegetables, typically with a top and base of pastry.**8.**A philosopher and mathematician of Samos, Greece.**9.**an expression that is a sum or difference of two terms**10.**Interest that is deposited back into the principle account in order to earn interest itself.**12.**A law; the square of a side of a plane triangle equals the sum of the squares of the remaining sides minus twice the product of those sides and the cosine of the angle between them.**13.**A word who's origin stems from the Greek words for 3 sides shapes, and measurement.**15.**A set of all input values (of a function)