What is the Cartesian Product of the Sets?

Cartesian Product of the Sets

Cartesian Poduct of sets:

The Cartesian product X x Y between two sets X and Y is the set of all possible ordered pairs with fist element from X and second from Y.

Example:

Let X = { a, b, c, d } and Y= { y, z}

Then, X x Y = { ( a, y) , ( a, z) ,(b, y ) , (b , z) , (c, y) , (c, z) , (d, y) , (d, z) }

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