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• ## “matrix” is a 2 by 3 matrix defined in R, the command matrix[1, c(2,3)] will give you ?

Suppose “matrix” is a 2 by 3 matrix defined in R, the command matrix[1, c(2,3)] will give you An error …

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• ## “matrix” is a 10 by 10 matrix defined in R, which implies it has 10 rows and 10 columns, the command matrix[ ,5] will extract ?

Suppose “matrix” is a 10 by 10 matrix defined in R, which implies it has 10 rows and 10 columns, …

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• ## How can you subset one specific number from a matrix?

How can you subset one specific number from a matrix? Specify the row. Specify the column. Specify both the row …

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• ## What are the two advantages of using the function cbind() and rbind() over the function matrix() when creating matrices?

What are the two advantages of using the function cbind() and rbind() over the function matrix() when creating matrices? You …

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• ## What happens when a data sequence that is too short is used to fill up a matrix in R?

What happens when a data sequence that is too short is used to fill up a matrix in R? R …

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• ## Which of the following statements applies to a matrix in R?

Which of the following statements applies to a matrix in R? A matrix is one-dimensional A matrix has the same …

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• ## Which three of the following actions attach labels to the vector elements?

Which three of the following actions attach labels to the vector elements? Define the labels by using the names() function. …

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• ## What function should you use to create a vector?

What function should you use to create a vector?

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• ## What is the purpose of the as.*() function?

What is the purpose of the as.*() function? It is used to see whether variables are of a certain type. …

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