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What is the set of numbers that includes fractions, decimals, and percentages?
What is the operation of finding the difference between two numbers?
What is the graph of a relation between input and output values?
What is the term for a set of points extending infinitely in two directions?
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What is the concept of approaching a value, but not reaching it?
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What is the rate of change of a function?
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Study Notes
Numbers and Operations

Number Systems:
 Natural Numbers (N): 1, 2, 3, ...
 Whole Numbers (W): 0, 1, 2, 3, ...
 Integers (Z): ..., 3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...
 Rational Numbers (Q): fractions, decimals, percentages
 Irrational Numbers: nonrepeating decimals, e.g. π, e
 Real Numbers (R): all rational and irrational numbers

Operations:
 Addition (+): combining two or more numbers
 Subtraction (): finding the difference between two numbers
 Multiplication (×): repeated addition
 Division (÷): sharing or grouping
 Exponents (^): repeated multiplication
 Roots (√): inverse operation of exponents
Algebra

Variables and Expressions:
 Variables: letters or symbols representing unknown values
 Expressions: combinations of variables, constants, and operations

Equations and Inequalities:
 Equations: statements with equal values, e.g. 2x + 3 = 5
 Inequalities: statements with unequal values, e.g. 2x  4 > 0

Graphing:
 Coordinate Plane: 2D grid with xaxis and yaxis
 Functions: relations between input (x) and output (y) values
Geometry

Points, Lines, and Planes:
 Points: locations in space, represented by coordinates
 Lines: sets of points extending infinitely in two directions
 Planes: flat surfaces extending infinitely in all directions

Angles and Measurements:
 Angles: formed by two rays sharing a vertex
 Degrees: units of measurement for angles

Shapes and Solids:
 2D Shapes: triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles
 3D Solids: cubes, spheres, pyramids, prisms
Calculus

Limits:
 Concept of approaching a value, but not reaching it

Derivatives:
 Rate of change, slope of a function

Integrals:
 Accumulation of rates of change, area under a curve
Number Systems
 Natural Numbers (N): 1, 2, 3,...
 Whole Numbers (W): 0, 1, 2, 3,...
 Integers (Z): ..., 3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3,...
 Rational Numbers (Q): fractions, decimals, percentages
 Irrational Numbers: nonrepeating decimals, e.g.π, e
 Real Numbers (R): all rational and irrational numbers
Operations
 Addition (+): combining two or more numbers
 Subtraction (): finding the difference between two numbers
 Multiplication (×): repeated addition
 Division (÷): sharing or grouping
 Exponents (^): repeated multiplication
 Roots (√): inverse operation of exponents
Algebra
Variables and Expressions
 Variables: letters or symbols representing unknown values
 Expressions: combinations of variables, constants, and operations
Equations and Inequalities
 Equations: statements with equal values, e.g. 2x + 3 = 5
 Inequalities: statements with unequal values, e.g. 2x  4 > 0
Graphing
 Coordinate Plane: 2D grid with xaxis and yaxis
 Functions: relations between input (x) and output (y) values
Geometry
Points, Lines, and Planes
 Points: locations in space, represented by coordinates
 Lines: sets of points extending infinitely in two directions
 Planes: flat surfaces extending infinitely in all directions
Angles and Measurements
 Angles: formed by two rays sharing a vertex
 Degrees: units of measurement for angles
Shapes and Solids
 2D Shapes: triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles
 3D Solids: cubes, spheres, pyramids, prisms
Calculus
Limits
 Concept of approaching a value, but not reaching it
Derivatives
 Rate of change, slope of a function
Integrals
 Accumulation of rates of change, area under a curve
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This quiz covers the basics of number systems and operations, including natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, and real numbers, as well as addition, subtraction, and multiplication.