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Gradient
The steepness of the graph is called Gradient. To find the Gradient wort out how many units the graph goes up for every one unit across.
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Sequences
A list of number that follows a rule is called a sequence. The numbers are separate by a comma.
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Term
Each number in a sequence is called a term.
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Consecutive Term
If the terms are next to each other they are reffered as consecutive term.
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Term-to-term rule
The term-to-term tells you to get from one term to the next in a sequence. It can be used to add, subtract, multiply and dividing.
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Position-to-term rule
The position-to-term tells you how to work out a term in a sequence when you know its position.
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Nth Term
We can use algebra to write the position-to-term rule. This is called the Nth term because it tells you how to work out the term in any position n.
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Midpoint
The midpoint of the line segment is the point exactly in the middle.
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Expanding
Expanding removes brackets from an expression.
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Factorising
Factorising inserts brackets into an expression.
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Equation
An equation contains is an unknown number(a letter) and an '=' sign. To solve an equation means to work out out the value of the unknown number.
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Scatter Graphs
A scatter graph shows two sets of data on the same graph. The shape of a scatter graph shows is there a relationship or the correlation between two sets of data.
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A list of number that follows a rule is called a sequence. The numbers are separate by a comma.

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Sequences

Card 3

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Each number in a sequence is called a term.

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Card 4

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If the terms are next to each other they are reffered as consecutive term.

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Card 5

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The term-to-term tells you to get from one term to the next in a sequence. It can be used to add, subtract, multiply and dividing.

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