Selecting elements from a 2-d array is very similar to selecting them from a 1-d array, we just have two indices to select from. The syntax for selecting from a 2-d array is `a[row,column]`

where `a`

is the array.

It’s important to note that when we work with arrays that have more than one dimension, the relationship between the interior arrays is defined in terms of *axes*. A two-dimensional array has two axes: axis 0 represents the values that share the same indexical position (are in the same column), and axis 1 represents the values that share an array (are in the same row). This is illustrated below.

Consider the array

a = np.array([[32, 15, 6, 9, 14], [12, 10, 5, 23, 1], [2, 16, 13, 40, 37]])

We can select specific elements using their indices:

>>> a[2,1] 16

Let’s say we wanted to select an entire column, we can insert `:`

as the row index:

# selects the first column >>> a[:,0] array([32, 12, 2])

The same works if we want to select an entire row:

# selects the second row >>> a[1,:] array([12, 10, 5, 23, 1])

We can further narrow it down and select a range from a specific row:

# selects the first three elements of the first row >>> a[0,0:3] array([32, 15, 6])

### Instructions

**1.**

Our students’ test scores are now stored in the 2-d array `student_scores`

. The first row stores the scores of the first test, the second row the second test, and the third row the third test, as shown in the following table:

Tanya | Manual | Adwoa | Jeremy | Cody | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

test_1 | 92 | 94 | 88 | 91 | 87 |

test_2 | 79 | 100 | 86 | 93 | 91 |

test_3 | 87 | 85 | 72 | 90 | 92 |

Tanya wants to know how well she did on third test. Select her score from the array and save it to `tanya_test_3`

.

**2.**

You have a parent teacher conference with Cody’s parents coming up and would like to have all of his test scores handy.

Select all of Cody’s test scores and save them to a new array `cody_test_scores`

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