ADVANCED ALGEBRA GLOSSARY
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Alternating Series  A series in which successive terms have opposite signs. Every other term is positive; every other term is negative. 

Argument of a Function  The term or expression upon which a function operates. In y=f(x), the argument of the function is x. 

Argument of a Vector  The angle at which a vector is directed. 

Arithmetic Progression  Also Arithmetic Sequence. A series of terms where successive terms are obtained by addition of a constant. 

Arithmetic Sequence  Also Arithmetic Sequence. A series of terms where successive terms are obtained by addition of a constant. 

Asymptote  A line (or curve) that a function approaches without actually reaching the line as the domain either grows unbounded or approaches a limit.  
Augmented Matrix  A matrix form for a linear system of equations where the number of columns is one greater than the number of rows, the final column typically coming from the constants in the linear equations. 
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