Q: How do you describe a vector as an ordered pair?

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The symbol for an ordered pair is (x,y).

The inverse of an ordered pair (a,b) is the pair (b,a). So you simply switch the order.

The second number in an ordered pair (x,y) is the y-coordinate for that point.

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An ordered pair has to be in parentheses and there has to be a comma in between the numbers (example: (2,6). An ordered pair is for a coordinate graph.

A set ordered pair is...called a set ordered pair

The symbol for an ordered pair is (x,y).

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A prism cannot be used to name an ordered pair.

The pair of equations have one ordered pair that is a solution to both equations. If graphed the two lines will cross once.

The inverse of an ordered pair (a,b) is the pair (b,a). So you simply switch the order.

Because otherwise it would not be an "ordered" pair.

An ordered pair

The pair (2, 3) is the same as the pair (3, 2) but the ORDERED pair (2, 3) is NOT the same as the ORDERED pair (3, 2). In an ordered pair the order of the numbers does matter.

It is the geometric representation, in the Cartesian plane, of the ordered pair.