About:
numpy.random.rand (d0, d1,…, dn): creates an array of the given shape and fills it with random values.
Parameters :
d0, d1, ..., dn: [int, optional] Dimension of the returned array we require, If no argument is given a single Python float is returned.
Return:
Array of defined shape, filled with random values.
Code 1: randomly build a onedimensional array

Output:
1D Array filled with random values: [0.84503968 0.61570994 0.7619945 0.34994803 0.40113761]
Code 2: random 2D array

Output:
2D Array filled with random values: [[0.94739375 0.5557614 0.69812121 0.86902435] [0.94758176 0.22254413 0.21605843 0.44673235] [0.61683839 0.40570269 0.34369248 0.46799524]]
Code 3: random strong>

Output:
3D Array filled with random values: [[[0.97942627 0.01068711] [0.35749073 0.22484643]] [[0.99733022 0.8029555] [0.44111692 0.90537128]]]
Links:
https://docs.scipy.org /doc/numpydev/reference/generated/numpy.random.rand.html#numpy.random.rand
Notes:
These codes will not work for online ID. Please run them on your systems to see how they work.
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