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cardinality

noun car·di·nal·i·ty \ˌkär-də-ˈna-lə-tē\
plural car·di·nal·i·ties

Definition of CARDINALITY

:  the number of elements in a given mathematical set

Origin of CARDINALITY

1cardinal + -ity
First Known Use: 1935

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