-tuple

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-tuple

  1. (mathematics) A tuple containing the specified number of terms.
    a 20-tuple
    • 1948. Roy Dubisch, "The number of r-tuples of pairs of integers". The American Mathematical Monthly 55.
    • 2007. Edward Kissin, "On Clarkson-McCarthy inequalities for n-tuples of operators". Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 135:8.

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