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**Exercises**

2.1 | Enter the following sentences (and perhaps related sentences
using different arguments), observe the results, and state what the two cases
(monadic and dyadic) of each function do:a=: 3 1 4 1 5 9 b=: 'Canada' #a 1 0 1 0 1 3 # a 1 0 1 0 1 3 # b /: a /: b a /: a a /: b b /: a b /: b c=: 'can''t' c #c c /: c | ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

2.2 | Make a summary table of the functions used thus far.
Then compare it with the following table (in which a bullet
separates the monadic case from the dyadic, as in Negate • Subtract):
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2.3 | Try to fill some of the gaps in the table of Exercise 2.2
by experimenting on the computer with appropriate expressions.
For example, enter ^.10 and ^. 2.71828
to determine the missing (monadic) case of ^. and
enter %: 4 and %: -4 and +%: -4
to determine the case of % followed by a colon. However, do not waste time on matters (such as, perhaps, complex numbers or the boxed results produced by the
monad <) that are still beyond your grasp;
it may be better to return to them after working through later sections.
Note that the effects of certain functions become evident
only when applied to arguments other than positive integers:
try <.1 2 3 4 and <.3.4 5.2 3.6
to determine the effect of the monad <. .
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2.4 | If b=: 3.4 5.2 3.6 , then <.b
yields the argument b rounded down to the nearest integer.
Write and test a sentence that rounds the argument b to the
nearest integer.Answer: <.(b+0.5) or <.b+0.5
or <.b+1r2
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2.5 | Enter 2 4 3 $ i. 5 to see an example of a
rank 3 array or report
(for two years of four quarters of three months each).
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2.6 | Enter ?9 repeatedly and state what the
function ? does. Then enter t=: ?3 5 $ 9 to
make a table for use in further experiments.Answer: ? is a (pseudo-) random number generator; ?n
produces an element from the population i.n |

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