Hello,
The cartesian product of n sets gives all the possible n-tuples, formed by 1 element of each.
So :
{1, 2} x {3, 4} x {5, 6} = {(1,3,5) , (1,3,6) , (1,4,5) , (1,4,6) , (2,3,5) , (2,3,6) , (2,4,5) , (2,4,6)}
I understand the thread about multiplying the two sets together
{1, 2} x {3, 4} = {(1, 3), (1, 4), (2, 3), (2, 4)}
but what if there's another set?
A x B x C = ???
if it were:
{1, 2} x {3, 4} x {5, 6}
how do these sets come together to give the cartesian product?