Ordered-pair



noun
1.
Mathematics. two quantities written in such a way as to indicate that one quantity precedes or is to be considered before the other, as (3, 4) indicates the Cartesian coordinates of a point in the plane.
noun

in mathematics, a pair of distinct elements or two ordered numbers, often used to match numbers in relations or functions

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