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Do tuples exist which aren't elements of a cartesian product of sets?
Can you just write an ordered list of elements which does not necessarily have to be defined in sets? (or does every tuple need to be defined through sets in order for it to rigourously exist in mathematics?)
Can you just write an ordered list of elements which does not necessarily have to be defined in sets? (or does every tuple need to be defined through sets in order for it to rigourously exist in mathematics?)