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Concept

Although a coordinate system with more than three coordinates cannot be easily represented graphically, it is possible to work with its points by using their coordinates. In such cases, the points will have as many coordinates as the system has. In an $n-$dimensional system, the points are called ordered tuples, or $n-$tuples, and they are denoted as $(a_{1},a_{2},…,a_{n}).$

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