IN MATH: 1. n. a display of numbers or things, called elements, arranged in rows and columns (named in terms of m rows and n columns as in an m by n array.) EX. A 3 by 4 array contains 12 elements.

IN ENGLISH: n. a display, an arrangement. EX. The salesperson has a marvelous array of gadgets. 2. v. to display or decorate. 3. v. order, arrange. EX. The house was in disarray after the party.

APPLICATION: See list 310.

1. In the 2 by 4 array above what's the element in the 2nd row, 3rd column?

2. How many elements are in a 4 by 7 array?

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