Advanced NumPy Exercises - Calculate the exponential of each element in a 5x5 array

NumPy: Advanced Exercise-15 with Solution

Write a NumPy program to create a 5x5 array with random values and calculate the exponential of each element.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

import numpy as np
nums = np.random.rand(5, 5)
print("Original array elements:")
exp_arr = np.exp(nums)
print("\nExponential of each element of the said array:")

Sample Output:

Original array elements:
[[0.36959613 0.61718307 0.51482027 0.54201977 0.47885604]
 [0.96237425 0.86653443 0.99702202 0.20504792 0.10261349]
 [0.47008673 0.46721343 0.94903901 0.74238819 0.23236025]
 [0.06117178 0.13717994 0.18294167 0.25826883 0.87410313]
 [0.41298433 0.57386986 0.34611886 0.47406998 0.32508609]]

Exponential of each element of the said array:
[[1.44715003 1.85369893 1.67333772 1.7194763  1.61422673]
 [2.61790465 2.37865316 2.71019888 1.22758388 1.10806305]
 [1.60013297 1.5955419  2.58322601 2.10094699 1.26157413]
 [1.06308151 1.14703452 1.20074437 1.29468682 2.39672477]
 [1.51132134 1.77512325 1.41357063 1.6065194  1.3841498 ]]


In the above exercise -

nums = np.random.rand(5, 5): This line creates a NumPy array of shape (5, 5) with random values generated from a uniform distribution between 0 and 1.

exp_arr = np.exp(nums): This line calculates the exponential function for each element in nums. The exponential function exp(x) is defined as e^x, where e is Euler's number (approximately 2.71828). In this case, the function is applied element-wise to the entire array, resulting in a new array with the same shape as nums, where each element is the exponential function of the corresponding element in nums.

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