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  1. Arrays can have more then one index (or indices).
    An index for "Height", "Width" and "Depth", would create a grid with 3 dimensions. The highest dimension is placed first in order, and multiplies the one after it.

    If an array was [2] high and [3] wide, how many elements would there be? ie: 2 x 3
  2. To reference a value from an array, with multiple indices (index), The grids dimensions need to be referenced with numbers starting at zero.
    If the array name was "coords", and you needed to reference "element 2", how would you reference that number?
    ie: ................................ {{ 1, 2, 3 } , { 4, 5, 6 }} ;
    (Note: the data type is an integer.)
  3. An index for "Hight", "Width" and "Depth", would create a grid with 3 dimensions. The highest dimension is placed first in order, and multiplies the one after it.

    If an array was [2] high and [3] wide, how many elements would there be, if there was a 2 depth?

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  1. 24Arrays can have more then one index (or indices).
    An index for "Height", "Width" and "Depth", would create a grid with 3 dimensions. The highest dimension is placed first in order, and multiplies the one after it.

    If an array was [2] high and [3] wide, how many elements would there be? ie: 2 x 3

          

  2. int coords[1] [2] =(index), The grids dimensions need to be referenced with numbers starting at zero.
    If the array name was "coords", and you needed to reference "element 6", how would you reference that number?
    ie: ................................ {{ 1, 2, 3 } , { 4, 5, 6 }} ;
    (Note: the data type is an integer.)

          

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