Math symbol parentheses
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Parentheses in mathematical equations () may refer to:
- Precedence of operators
- Arguments in mathematical functions. For example, f(x) is the function f applied to the variable x.
- A set of coordinates in a coordinate system. For example (4,7) may represent the point located at 4 on the x-axis and 7 on the y-axis.
- The greatest common divisor of two numbers x and y, sometimes written with the notation (x,y)
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