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NumPy in a Nutshell

## NumPy in a Nutshell

# What is NumPy?

In order to feel confident and successfully complete this course, we strongly recommend you **complete the following courses** beforehand (just click on them to start):

**NumPy** is one of the many modules in the Python programming language that allows you to work with arrays and matrices. Furthermore, this module comes equipped with a robust collection of mathematical functions for manipulating these arrays.

We must *import* this library to use it. Let's see how we do it:

The syntax for using a function from the library is as follows:

The alias should be used to simplify the use of this library. Let's see how we do it:

Here, 'np' is an alias. Therefore, in the future, when using functions from this library, we will do it like this:

Task

You need to import the NumPy library.

Carefully examine the example provided above and complete the task by filling in the blanks.

If you encounter any difficulties, refer to the hint; it will likely assist you.

_{Once you've completed this task, click the Submit Task button below the code to check your solution.}

Thanks for your feedback!

# What is NumPy?

In order to feel confident and successfully complete this course, we strongly recommend you **complete the following courses** beforehand (just click on them to start):

**NumPy** is one of the many modules in the Python programming language that allows you to work with arrays and matrices. Furthermore, this module comes equipped with a robust collection of mathematical functions for manipulating these arrays.

We must *import* this library to use it. Let's see how we do it:

The syntax for using a function from the library is as follows:

The alias should be used to simplify the use of this library. Let's see how we do it:

Here, 'np' is an alias. Therefore, in the future, when using functions from this library, we will do it like this:

Task

You need to import the NumPy library.

Carefully examine the example provided above and complete the task by filling in the blanks.

If you encounter any difficulties, refer to the hint; it will likely assist you.

_{Once you've completed this task, click the Submit Task button below the code to check your solution.}

Thanks for your feedback!

# What is NumPy?

In order to feel confident and successfully complete this course, we strongly recommend you **complete the following courses** beforehand (just click on them to start):

**NumPy** is one of the many modules in the Python programming language that allows you to work with arrays and matrices. Furthermore, this module comes equipped with a robust collection of mathematical functions for manipulating these arrays.

We must *import* this library to use it. Let's see how we do it:

The syntax for using a function from the library is as follows:

The alias should be used to simplify the use of this library. Let's see how we do it:

Here, 'np' is an alias. Therefore, in the future, when using functions from this library, we will do it like this:

Task

You need to import the NumPy library.

Carefully examine the example provided above and complete the task by filling in the blanks.

If you encounter any difficulties, refer to the hint; it will likely assist you.

_{Once you've completed this task, click the Submit Task button below the code to check your solution.}

Thanks for your feedback!

**complete the following courses** beforehand (just click on them to start):

**NumPy** is one of the many modules in the Python programming language that allows you to work with arrays and matrices. Furthermore, this module comes equipped with a robust collection of mathematical functions for manipulating these arrays.

We must *import* this library to use it. Let's see how we do it:

The syntax for using a function from the library is as follows:

The alias should be used to simplify the use of this library. Let's see how we do it:

Task

You need to import the NumPy library.

Carefully examine the example provided above and complete the task by filling in the blanks.

If you encounter any difficulties, refer to the hint; it will likely assist you.