I was going through this article regarding how to find the square of an array and it mentioned about a function named “np.square()”. I was curious to know if there was any function dedicated to yielding out the cube of the entire vector too. Please let me know with the help of code snippets.
Yes, there is a method to calculate the cube of a vector. The following code example uses the
** operator to cube each element of a vector:
In this example, a random vector of length
100000000 is generated using NumPy’s
random.rand() function. The
** operator is then used to raise each element of the vector to the power of 3, which effectively cubes all the elements.
I hope this helps.