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Expressions, Inequalities, & Functions
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Arithmetic Sequence : a list of numbers with a common difference (2 words with space)
Absolute Value : The distance a number is from zero on the number line. Examples: |-4 |= 4 and |3| = 3 (2 words with space)
Additive Inverse : Two numbers that when added together equal 0. Example, 3.2 and -3.2 (2 words with space)
Algebraic Expression : A mathematical phrase involving at least one variable; can contain numbers and operation symbols (2 words with space)
Coefficient : A number that is multiplied by the variable
Common Difference : The amount each number in a list of numbers increases or decreases by (2 words with space)
Equation : A mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign
Inequality : A mathematical sentence that contains the symbols >, <, ≥, or ≤.
Inverse Operation : Pairs of operations that undo each other. Examples: Addition and subtraction are inverse operations and multiplication and division are inverse operations. (2 words with space)
Like Terms : Monomials that have the same variable raised to the same power. In other words, only coefficients of terms can be different. (2 words with space)
Relation : A set of ordered pairs
Solution : The value or values of a variable that make an equation a true statement
Solve : Identify the value that when substituted for the variable makes the equation a true statement.
Variable : A letter or symbol used to represent a number

# Expressions, Inequalities, & Functions

Across:1. | The amount each number in a list of numbers increases or decreases by (2 words with space) | 5. | Identify the value that when substituted for the variable makes the equation a true statement. | 6. | a list of numbers with a common difference (2 words with space) | 8. | The distance a number is from zero on the number line. Examples: |-4 |= 4 and |3| = 3 (2 words with space) |
| 11. | Two numbers that when added together equal 0. Example, 3.2 and -3.2 (2 words with space) | 13. | A mathematical sentence that contains the symbols >, <, ≥, or ≤. | 14. | Pairs of operations that undo each other. Examples: Addition and subtraction are inverse operations and multiplication and division are inverse operations. (2 words with space) |
| | Down:2. | A set of ordered pairs | 3. | A mathematical phrase involving at least one variable; can contain numbers and operation symbols (2 words with space) | 4. | A letter or symbol used to represent a number | 7. | A mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign |
| 9. | The value or values of a variable that make an equation a true statement | 10. | A number that is multiplied by the variable | 12. | Monomials that have the same variable raised to the same power. In other words, only coefficients of terms can be different. (2 words with space) |
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# Expressions, Inequalities, & Functions

Across:1. | The amount each number in a list of numbers increases or decreases by (2 words with space) | 5. | Identify the value that when substituted for the variable makes the equation a true statement. | 6. | a list of numbers with a common difference (2 words with space) | 8. | The distance a number is from zero on the number line. Examples: |-4 |= 4 and |3| = 3 (2 words with space) |
| 11. | Two numbers that when added together equal 0. Example, 3.2 and -3.2 (2 words with space) | 13. | A mathematical sentence that contains the symbols >, <, ≥, or ≤. | 14. | Pairs of operations that undo each other. Examples: Addition and subtraction are inverse operations and multiplication and division are inverse operations. (2 words with space) |
| | Down:2. | A set of ordered pairs | 3. | A mathematical phrase involving at least one variable; can contain numbers and operation symbols (2 words with space) | 4. | A letter or symbol used to represent a number | 7. | A mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign |
| 9. | The value or values of a variable that make an equation a true statement | 10. | A number that is multiplied by the variable | 12. | Monomials that have the same variable raised to the same power. In other words, only coefficients of terms can be different. (2 words with space) |
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