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Q: The first number in an ordered pair is always called the y-coordinate and the second number is always called the x-coordinate?

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The first coordinate always is called the "x" coordinate, because it goes on the "x" axis, while the second coordinate is always called the "y" coordinate because it always goes on the "y" axis.

Relationship can also be represented by a set of ordered pairs called a function.

They're called Coordinates

Chronological order An ordered list of numbers is a "numerical sequence".

Sequence

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The first coordinate always is called the "x" coordinate, because it goes on the "x" axis, while the second coordinate is always called the "y" coordinate because it always goes on the "y" axis.

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I believe a ordered set of operations is called a sequence

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

Yes. That's why it is called "ordered".

Relationship can also be represented by a set of ordered pairs called a function.

They're called Coordinates

It is called the first coordinate

Chronological order An ordered list of numbers is a "numerical sequence".

Sequence