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n-tuple


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An n-tuple consists of n objects normally taken in a particular order, denoted, for example, by (x1, x2,…, xn). The term is a generalization of a triple when n=3, and a quadruple when n=4. When n=2 it is an ordered pair.

Subjects: Mathematics.


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