WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY ORDERED PAIRS?

Asked by  | 14th Jul, 2009, 10:02: AM

Expert Answer:

An ordered pair is a pair of elements written in small brackets and grouped together in a particular order.

For example: (a, b) such that a is from non empty set A  and b is from  non  empty set B

 

(a,b) is not same as (b,a).

Answered by  | 14th Jul, 2009, 11:19: AM

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