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Algebra I Vocabulary Chapter 3

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Any number that makes an inequality true is called a

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Solution of the inequality

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Inequalities that have the same solution are called

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Equivalent inequalities

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Inequalities consisting of two distinct inequalities joined by the word and or the word or are called

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Compound inequalities.

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Describing a portion of the number line using parentheses, brackets, and infinity is called

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Interval notation.

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Indicating a set by listing the elements in the set between curly braces is called

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Roster form

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Describing the properties of an element in a set between curly braces is called

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Set-builder notation

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The set symbol { } translates to

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“the set containing”

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The set symbol Ø translates to

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“the empty set” and means the set that

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Contains no elements.

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The set symbol U translates to

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“union” and means all the elements in

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One set or the other

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The set symbol ∩ translates to

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“intersection” and means all the elements that are

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Common to both sets.

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The largest set used for a particular discussion is called the

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Universal set.

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A set consisting of elements from a given set is called a

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A subset, and the symbol for subset is

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A’ is read

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“A complement” and the complement of set A contains all those elements in

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The universal set not in set A.

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Sets that have no elements in common are called

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Disjoint sets.

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