Noun | 1. | cartesian product - the set of elements common to two or more sets; "the set of red hats is the intersection of the set of hats and the set of red things" |

(mathematics) | Cartesian product - (After Renee Descartes, French philosper and
mathematician) The Cartesian product of two sets A and B is
the setA x B = a, b) | a in A, b in . I.e. the product set contains all possible combinations of one element from each set. The idea can be extended to products of any number of sets. If we consider the elements in sets A and B as points along perpendicular axes in a two-dimensional space then the elements of the product are the "Cartesian coordinates" of points in that space. See also tuple. |

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cartesian coordinate

cartesian coordinate system

Cartesian coordinates

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Carthamus tinctorius

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Cartagena bark

Cartbote

Carte

Carte blanche

Carte de visite

carte du jour

Cartel

Carter

Carter administration

Cartesian

cartesian coordinate

cartesian coordinate system

Cartesian coordinates

Cartesian devil

cartesian plane

Cartesianism

Cartesion oval

Carthage

Carthaginian

Carthamin

Carthamus

Carthamus tinctorius

carthorse

Carthusian

Carthusian order

Cartier

Cartilage

cartilage bone

Cartilagineous

Cartilaginification

Cartilaginous