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Beat the Computer!

Intermediate Algebra

Vocabulary for Unit 1

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

- Directions:
- A slide will appear with a term
- Say the definition aloudbefore thecomputer can answer (5 sec.)
- You will hear a sound when the slide changes

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

opposite

or

additive inverse

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

the opposite of a is -a

Opposites:

4, -4-5.6, 5.60,0

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

reciprocal

or

multiplicative inverse

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

the reciprocal of a is

Reciprocals:

4, -5.6, 0,none

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

absolute value of a real number

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

the distance from zero on the number line

4

2

-12 -11 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

solution of an equation

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

a number that makes the equation true

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

compound inequality

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a pair of inequalities joined by “and” or “or”

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

absolute value of a number x

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

If x 0, then x = x.

If x 0, then x = -x.

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004

extraneous solution

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a solution of an equation derived from an original equation that is not a solution of the original equation

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tolerance

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one half the difference between the maximum and minimum values

Chris Giovanello, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2004