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front 1 Best-fit line | back 1 The line that most closely approximates the data in the scatter plot. |

front 2 Bivariate data | back 2 Data with two variables |

front 3 constant function | back 3 A linear function of the form y=b |

front 4 constraint | back 4 a condition that a solution must satisfy |

front 5 correlation coefficient | back 5 A value that shows how close data points are to a line |

front 6 identity function | back 6 the function y=x |

front 7 inverse function | back 7 generated ordered pairs of the inverse relation |

front 8 inverse relation | back 8 the set of ordered pairs obtained by exchanging the x-coordinates with the y-coordinates of each ordered pair in a relation |

front 9 linear extrapolation | back 9 The use of a linear equation to the predict values that are outside the range of data. |

front 10 linear interpolation | back 10 The use of a linear equation to predict values that are inside of the data range |

front 11 linear regression | back 11 An algorithm to find a precise like of fit for a set of data |

front 12 line of fit | back 12 A line that describes the trend of the data in a scatter plot |

front 13 median-fit line | back 13 A type of best-line that is calculated using the medians of the coordinates of the data points |

front 14 parallel lines | back 14 Lines in the same plane that do not intersect and either have the same slope or are vertical lines. |

front 15 perpendicular lines | back 15 Lines that intersect to form a right angle |

front 16 point-slope form | back 16 An equation of the form y-y |

front 17 scatter plot | back 17 a scatter plot shows the relationship between a set of data with two bariables, graphed as ordered pairs on a coordinate plane |

front 18 slope-intercept form | back 18 An equation of the form u=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept. |