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# Array of Great Lakes

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10a: Create a five-element indexed array that stores the names of the Great Lakes. • Add to the middle of the array "Lake Tahoe" and "Iliamna Lake", two large lakes in the United States under consideration for being included as Great Lakes. Output the new array. • Remove "Lake Ontario" and "Lake Erie" from the array as these have been disqualified due to budgetary issues. Output the new array. Output a slice of the array containing the names of your favorite lakes.

10b: Create an associative array containing the names of as many of your grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins on your mother's side of the family. Create a second array containing the names of as many of your grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins on your father's side of the family. Merge the two arrays to get a list of all the unique names in your complete family alphabetized [A-Z] by value. Output this new array.

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The solution assists with creating a five-element indexed array that stores the names of the Great Lakes.

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