Write a Java statement that puts a zero into row 5 column 3.

`gradeTable[ 5 ][ 3 ] = 0;`

99 | 42 | 74 | 83 | 100 |

90 | 91 | 72 | 88 | 95 |

88 | 61 | 74 | 89 | 96 |

61 | 89 | 82 | 98 | 93 |

93 | 73 | 75 | 78 | 99 |

50 | 65 | 92 | 87 | 94 |

43 | 98 | 78 | 56 | 99 |

The row and column numbers are not part of the array. They are usually shown in pictures of an array, but the array object does not explicitly store the indexes. When you ask for

```
````gradeTable[ 5 ][ 3 ]`

Java knows what cell you mean and goes there directly.

**More Important Stuff:**

- Rows are numbered from 0 to N-1, where N is the number of rows
- Columns are numbered from 0 to M-1, where M is the number of columns.
- A 2D array with N rows and M columns will have N times M number of cells.
*However,*it is possible for a 2D array to have a different number of cells in each row.

Details about these issues will follow.

With the example array, will the following statement work?

gradeTable[7][2] = 82 ;