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Total medals won by the top 5 countries at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics are shown below:
Go Great Britain!
Import the numpy module, and create a NumPy array to hold this information (including the country number) using the np.array command:
# create a table to hold the medals table
medal_table = np.array(
Here's what this should look like if you print it out:
The array should show the gold, silver and bronze medal count in columns (there's no need to store the total medal count - we can calculate that).
Use slicing to create (and then print) another array holding all of the rows from the first one, but excluding the first column giving the country number:
The same information but omitting the country number.
Sum the array along the second axis to return the total number of medals won by each country:
Japan won more gold medals than the UK and the ROC, but less overall medals.
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