The individual elements in arrays are organized in a rectangular configuration. Each element is placed into a particular row and column.
An individual element of an array can be referenced, or indexed, by specifying the row and column number.
A group of elements can be indexed by specifying all of their row and column numbers. There are several methods to do this, using a similar syntax for creating arrays.
Now that we have looked at several aspects of arrays, let’s move on to an application of array – the storage of a mathematical function, f(x).