Coordination: n. efficiently controlling two or more subset(s) with the potential for complex movements and/or activity(s)
You can be a coordinated tennis player efficiently controlling and playing the game which basically requires control over your own body subset, the tennis racket subset, and the tennis ball subset. Coordination in this case is control over three subsets. If you include the opposing player with his or her racket then the total number of subsets increases to 5. Doubles play increases the number of subsets to 9.
A racket and tennis ball don’t seem to be very complex but in the real world the movement of the racket and tennis ball can be very complex so the right way of viewing this is to say that the relatively simple racket and ball have the potential for complex activity(s).
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