In mathematics, a function is a relation between a set of inputs and a set of permissible outputs. Specifically, each input into a function has exactly one corresponding and correct output. More »

A function is any equation where for any input in the equation, the output yields exactly one value. Typically, the input is called x and the output is called y. More »

There are many standard forms in mathematics. A common standard form is the standard form equation of a line, following the pattern of Ax + By = C, where A and B are not zero. More »

In math, a relation describes how elements from one set, A, are related to elements of a second set, B, in terms of ordered pairs (x,y). For example, in a set of ordered pairs, the x-values can be the elements from set A... More »

A relation is a set of numbers that have a relationship through the use of a domain and a range, while a function is a relation that has a specific set of numbers that causes there to be only be one range of numbers for ... More »

In mathematics, inequalities are a set of five symbols used to demonstrate instances where one value is not the same as another value. The five symbols are described as "not equal to," "greater than," "greater than or eq... More »

When applied in mathematics, the term "linear" refers to any equation that, or any function whose equation is, a straight line. When placed on a graph, the formula follows 'y = mx+b' where 'm' is equal to the slope and '... More »