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.

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.

A ordered pair is one of many ways in which a function may be defined. The function maps the element in the first position of an ordered pair to the second element in that pair.

An ordered pair has two values. You need to define the absolute value of an ordered pair before the question can be answered. There are many possible metrics.

Evaluate the function at the first number in the pair. If the answer is not equal to the second value, then the ordered pair cannot be in the function.

In the Cartesian coordinate plane, the y-coordinate is the second term of the ordered pair. The y-coordinate of an ordered pair is the corresponding position in the y-axis of the ordered pair.

The origin, in the Cartesian coordinate system, is the point with coordinates (0, 0). So, if you have another ordered pair, the ordered pair doesn't "have an origin"; rather, the origin is another point.

Assume we want to find the ordered pair after 90° counterclockwise rotation. From (x,y), we have (-y,x). If we want to find the ordered pair after 90° clockwise rotation, then from (x,y) we have (y, -x)

Ordered pairs are used for many things. Anytime you graph a point on a cartesian coordinate system, you have an ordered pair. In fact, all of R^2 is made up of ordered pairs. When you put a value in a function and get one out, you have an ordered pair

The idea is to replace one variable in the equation by the first number in the ordered pair, the other variable with the second number in the ordered pair, do the calculations, and see whether the resulting expressions are indeed equal.

An ordered pair, depending on the exact kind of math you're doing, may represent a point on a graph, a piece of data, etc. In elementary algebra, an ordered pair generally describes a point on a graph in the format (x, y).

Ordered pairs are used to locate points on the graph. The first number in an ordered pair corresponds to the horizontal axis, and the second corresponds to the vertical axis.

An ordered pair is a list of two numbers, in which the order matters. For example, (5, 2) is an ordered pair; this pair is not the same as (2, 5). For comparison, for the numbers in a set the order does not matter.

There is no single ordered pair. y = 6x - 9 is the equation of a line and each of the infinitely many points on that line are ordered pairs for the equation.

In the ordered pair (a, b), the object a is called the first entry, and the object b the second entry of the pair. Alternatively, the objects are called the first and second coordinates, or the left and right projections of the ordered pair.