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  • 1. Math Vocabulary 1 By L.D.
  • 2. What is a variable?A letter that represents a number, for examplethe variable in 5c is c. It can be positive ornegative.
  • 3. Pick out the Variable(s)!1. 5yt2. 6c + 8g3. 5c + 7c4. 4. 6u/4v
  • 4. Pick out the Variable(s)!1. 5yt 1. y&t2. 6c + 8g 2. c&g3. 5c + 7c 3. c4. 4. 6u/4v 4. u&v5. 7r 5. r
  • 5. What is a constant?A number like 4 or -5. That has no variable tospeak of.
  • 6. How many constants?1. 4y + 62. 7+53. -6x – 74. 9cde + cde
  • 7. How many constants?1. 4y + 6 1. One2. 7+5 2. Two3. -6x – 7 3. One4. 9cde + cde 4. None
  • 8. What is a coefficient?A number that has given up its "constant" statusand is with a variable like -5v. The -5 is thebearer of this terms name.
  • 9. Mini LessonWhenever you see a variable without a numbernext to it like y or n, then the coefficient isalways 1. This invisible one’s existence causes yto become 1y and n to become 1n.
  • 10. Find the coefficients1. 5v + 62. 5cdfd + 9n3. n+34. zx + 3
  • 11. Find the coefficients1. 5v + 6 1. 52. 5cdfd + 9n 2. 5&93. n+3 3. 14. zx + 3 4. 1&1
  • 12. What is the leading coefficient?It is the number/variable that is associated withthe highest exponent in a group. An example ofthis would be 56 + xc9. In this case c is theexponent of the biggest value.
  • 13. Which is the leading coefficient?1. 445+62. c+53. 55+664. 67 + 89
  • 14. Which is the leading coefficient?1. 445+6 1. 442. c+5 2. Both c and 53. 55+66 3. 64. 67 + 89 4. 8
  • 15. What are like terms?they are terms like 6c and 5c that share thesame variable. 6cx and 5c aren’t the samevariables so they aren’t like terms though.
  • 16. Are these like terms?1. 3x & x2. 6y & 5y3. 7y & 7t4. 8f & 0
  • 17. Are these like terms?1. 3x & x 1. yes2. 6y & 5y 2. yes3. 7y & 7t 3. no4. 8f & 0 4. no
  • 18. What is a monomial?Something (variable, a constant or coefficientand variable together) with a whole numberexponent (the exponents must always bepositive NEVER negative and they must never bevariables either). It has no adding or subtractionbut may have multiplying and dividing/fractionsif the former isn’t included.
  • 19. Is this a Monomial?1. 50c5yh92. 65x63. 67/64. 7 - 8f5. vy/66. r-57. c+c8. 7(-8)
  • 20. Is this a Monomial?1. 50c5yh9 1. yes2. 65x6 2. yes3. 67/6 3. yes4. 7 - 8f 4. no5. vy/6 5. yes6. r-5 6. no7. c+c 7. no8. 7(-8) 8. yes
  • 21. Words Not to Get Confused By1. Monotheistic2. Mono3. Monopoly4. Monogamy5. MonsoonEct…….
  • 22. What is a polynomial?A group of monomials added or subtracted ONEor more times. This creates binomials, trinomialsand so on.
  • 23. Are these polynomials?1. 6-62. -(6 + 5)3. 7x + c7 + 78u4. 7+8+95. 3/26. 5/x7. 7+8+9+x+c
  • 24. Are these polynomials?1. 6-6 1. no2. -(6 + 5) 2. yes3. 7x + c7 + 78u 3. no4. 7+8+9 4. yes5. 3/2 5. yes6. 5/x 6. no7. 7+8+9+x+c 7. yes
  • 25. Words Not to Get Confused By1. Polytheistic2. Polynesian3. Polygon4. Polygraph5. “Polly wants a biscuit”Ect…………
  • 26. What is a binomial?It is two monomials added or subtractedtogether.
  • 27. Are these binomials?1. 8+82. 6-7 + 6c + 83. 9+x4. -8sfsf/75. -76. 90
  • 28. Are these binomials?1. 8+8 1. yes2. 6-7 + 6c + 8 2. no3. 9+x 3. yes4. -8sfsf/7 4. no5. -7 5. no6. 90 6. no
  • 29. Words Not to Get Confused By1. Bicycle2. Biped3. Biology4. Bilateral5. Bi6. BicameralEct…………
  • 30. What is a trinomial?It is three monomials added or subtractedtogether.
  • 31. Are these Trinomials?1. 7 + x +cc2. 7/c + 7/t + 83. 11-11 + 6 + 8 + 94. 9+8+0+75. 5 + 5 + ycv
  • 32. Are these Trinomials?1. 7 + x +cc 1. no2. 7/c + 7/t + 8 2. yes3. 11-11 + 6 + 8 + 9 3. no4. 9+8+0+7 4. no5. 5 + 5 + ycv 5. yes
  • 33. Words Not to Get Confused By1. Tricycle2. Trip line3. Trinity4. Triceps5. Trigonometry6. Tri-tipEct…………
  • 34. What is "degree of a polynomial"?The highest exponent in a problem. For examplein this problem our "degree of a polynomial" isy9 + c0 + 87.
  • 35. What is the "degree of a polynomial"?1. 445+62. c+53. 55+654. 67 + 89
  • 36. What is the "degree of a polynomial"?1. 445+6 1. Fifth degree2. c+5 2. First degree3. 55+65 3. Fifth degree4. 67 + 89 4. Ninth degree