# ordered pair meaning

[Electronics]

A set of two variables or numbers that can be mapped one-to-one onto a set of points in a plane. The most familiar example is (

A set of two variables or numbers that can be mapped one-to-one onto a set of points in a plane. The most familiar example is (

**x****,****y****), used to depict the Cartesian (rectangular) coordinate system on which characteristic curves and other functions are plotted.**

**ordered: Adjective: ordered ...****pair: Noun: pair &n ...****court-ordered: Adjective: court-o ...**

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## Examples

More: Next- if the edges are
*ordered pairs*of vertices then we get the notions of a directed graph and directed multigraph. *ordered pair*, representing the width and height of a rectangle- stores an
*ordered pair*of integers, typically the width and height of a rectangle - draws a bzier spline defined by four
*ordered pairs*of coordinates that represent points - stores an
*ordered pair*of floating-point numbers, typically the width and height of a rectangle