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&amp; Name ID:_________________________________________________________ Quiz Q3 CS 100 Summer 1999 Due: Wednesday July 14, 1999 5 minutes after the beginning of class Question 1: How would you declare an array of Coordinates where Coordinate is a class as we've defined it in class? Question 2: How would you an initialize array g of integers to contain the values 3, 4, and 5? Question 3: Reproduce the...

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& Name ID:_________________________________________________________ Quiz Q3 CS 100 Summer 1999 Due: Wednesday July 14, 1999 5 minutes after the beginning of class Question 1: How would you declare an array of Coordinates where Coordinate is a class as we've defined it in class? Question 2: How would you an initialize array g of integers to contain the values 3, 4, and 5? Question 3: Reproduce the flowchart-like diagram that was shown on the slides in class to show what happens in a ...

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