Exercise

# .apply() function in every cell

As you saw in the lesson, you can use `.apply()`

to map a function to every cell of the DataFrame, regardless the column or the row.

You're going to try it out on the `poker_hands`

dataset. You will use `.apply()`

to square every cell of the DataFrame. The native Python way to square a number `n`

is `n**2`

.

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Define the lambda transformation for the square.
- Apply the transformation using the
`.apply()`

function.