Q: A set of numbers that are in a specific order?

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a set

Any well-defined set of numbers.

An ordered set of numbers is a set of numbers in which the order does matter. In ordinary sets {A, B} is the same as {B, A}. However, the ordered set (a, b) is not the same as the ordered set (B, a).

The rational numbers, the real numbers and sets of higher order which contain the reals such as the complex numbers.

If the set of numbers has an even size, as in this case, the median is the average of the two numbers closest to the middle.

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It would be the middle number of a set of numbers or data in numerical order

No, Order does not matter

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A set of numbers that occurs in a specific patter

There is no specific name.

An ordered set of numbers is a set of numbers in which the order does matter. In ordinary sets {A, B} is the same as {B, A}. However, the ordered set (a, b) is not the same as the ordered set (B, a).

A counting order is the way that numbers are organized to show their relation to each other. There are many different ways numbers are listed in order. They can be only even numbers, odd numbers, or any other specific order.