# Theory of proveit.core_expr_types.tuples¶

Theory related to ExprTuple types of Prove-It expressions. An ExprTuple is an ordered sequence of expressions. It may contain an ExprRange that represents an indeterminant number of elements within the sequence. For example, $(a, b_1, \ldots, b_n, c)$ is a tuple of $n+2$ elements with $b_1, \ldots, b_n$ as an ExprRange that is a single entry of this tuple. Each entry of the ExprTuple is a single Expression which may represent zero or more elements of the tuple sequence.

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import proveit
%theory # toggles between interactive and static modes


### Local content of this theory

common expressions axioms theorems demonstrations