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### lab24i

Course: COMP SCI 543, Spring 2010
School: Brown College
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Goal ComputerScienceI Lab24IMATRIXMATH LabValue120 Lab : The lab was designed to teach you more about parameters. Read in matrices and perform math operations on them. Lab Description : Sample Output : Files Needed :: ThreeDRay.java Lab24i.java How many matrices do you wish to enter? :: 3 What is the size of matrix 0 : 2 Enter Enter Enter Enter a a a a value value value value for for for for spot spot spot...

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Goal ComputerScienceI Lab24IMATRIXMATH LabValue120 Lab : The lab was designed to teach you more about parameters. Read in matrices and perform math operations on them. Lab Description : Sample Output : Files Needed :: ThreeDRay.java Lab24i.java How many matrices do you wish to enter? :: 3 What is the size of matrix 0 : 2 Enter Enter Enter Enter a a a a value value value value for for for for spot spot spot spot 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 :: :: :: :: 1 1 1 1 BONUS OPTION Matrix Multiplication Matrix Multiplication Logic [12] X [56] [34] [78] [1*5+2*7][1*6+2*8 [3*5+4*7][3*6+4*8 Final Matrix [ 19 22 ] [ 43 50 ] for loop r rows for loop c cols for loop i inside ] ] ThreeDRay before setting mat at spot 0 mat 0 mat 1 mat 2 ThreeDRay after setting mat at spot 0 mat 0 row 0 11 row 1 11 mat 1 mat 2 What is the size of matrix 1 : 2 Enter Enter Enter Enter a a a a value value value value for for for for spot spot spot spot 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 :: :: :: :: 2 2 2 2 ThreeDRay before setting mat at spot 1 mat 0 row 0 11 row 1 11 mat 1 mat 2 ThreeDRay after mat 0 row 0 row 1 mat 1 row 0 row 1 mat 2 setting mat at spot 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 A+ Computer Science Matrices www.apluscompsci.com What is the size of matrix 2 : 3 Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter Enter a a a a a a a a a value value value value value value value value value for for for for for for for for for spot spot spot spot spot spot spot spot spot 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ThreeDRay before setting mat at spot 2 mat 0 row 0 11 row 1 11 mat 1 row 0 22 row 1 22 mat 2 ThreeDRay after mat 0 row 0 row 1 mat 1 row 0 row 1 mat 2 row 0 row 1 row 2 setting mat at spot 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 Adding matrix at 0 and matrix at 1 33 33 A+ Computer Science Matrices www.apluscompsci.com
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Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Scanner; importjava.util.Arrays; importstaticjava.lang.System.*; publicclassLab24i cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ Scannerkeyboard=newScanner(in); out.print(&quot;Howmanymatri
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importstaticjava.lang.System.*; publicclassMatrixFunHouse cfw_ privateint[][]mat; publicMatrixFunHouse() cfw_ publicMatrixFunHouse(intnumRows,intnumCols) cfw_ publicvoidsetSize(intnumRows,intnumCol
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Scanner; importstaticjava.lang.System.*; publicclassPascalsTriangle cfw_ privateint[][]mat; publicPascalsTriangle() cfw_ publicPascalsTriangle(intsize) cfw_ publicvoidcreateTriangle
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab publicclassThreeDRay cfw_ privateint[][][]matrices; /addconstructors publicvoidsetMatrixSize(intwhichMat,introwsize,intcolSize) cfw_ publicvoidsetMatrix(intwhichMat,int[][]mat) cfw_ publicint[][]ge
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Scanner; importstaticjava.lang.System.*; publicclassTicTacToe cfw_ privatechar[][]mat; publicTicTacToe() cfw_ publicTicTacToe(Stringgame) cfw_ publicStringgetWinner() cfw_return&quot;;
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Arrays; publicclassTwoDRay cfw_ privateint[][]matrix; /addconstructors publicvoidsetRowSize(intr,intsize) cfw_ publicvoidsetRow(intr,int[]row) cfw_ publicint[]getRow(intr) cfw_ retu
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.lang.System; importjava.lang.Math; publicclassArrayFunHouse cfw_ /instancevariablesandconstructorscouldbeused,butarenotreallyneeded /getSum()willreturnthesumofthenumbersfromstarttostop,not
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.lang.System; importjava.lang.Math; publicclassArrayFunHouseTwo cfw_ /instancevariablesandconstructorscouldbeused,butarenotreallyneeded /goingUp()willreturntrueifallnumbersinnumArray /arein
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importstaticjava.lang.System.*; importjava.util.Arrays; importjava.util.Scanner; publicclassArrayStats cfw_ privateint[]array; /constructor /setmethod publicintgetNumGroupsOfSize(intsize) cfw_ intcnt
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Scanner; publicclassBiggest cfw_ privatedouble[]decRay; publicBiggest(intsize,Stringlist) cfw_ publicvoidsetNumbers(intsize,Stringlist) cfw_ /useaScannertochopuplist /putthenumsintod
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab publicclassFibonacci cfw_ privateint[]list; /constructors /setmethod /getmethod /toString
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.lang.System; importjava.lang.Math; importjava.util.Scanner; publicclassGrades cfw_ privatedouble[]grades; /constructor/setmethodprivatedoublegetSum() cfw_ doublesum=0.0;returnsum; publ
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjavax.swing.JFrame; publicclassGraphicsRunnerextendsJFrame cfw_ privatestaticfinalintWIDTH=800; privatestaticfinalintHEIGHT=600; publicGraphicsRunner() cfw_ super(&quot;GraphicsRunner&quot;); setSize(WID
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Scanner; publicclassHistogram cfw_ privateint[]numCount; /constructor /setmethod /toStringmethod
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14AARRAYFUNHOUSELabValue100Lab Goal :This lab was designed to teach you how to use an array.Lab Description :Write a method to sum up a section of a provided array and another method to count up how many of a certain number occur
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Arrays; publicclassLab14a cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ int[]one=cfw_4,10,0,1,7,6,5,3,2,9; System.out.println(Arrays.toString(one); System.out.println(&quot;sumofspots36=&quot;+
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14BGOINGUPORDOWNLabValue100Lab Goal :This lab was designed to teach you how to use an array.Lab Description :Take in any integer array and determine if that array is going up or going down. An array that is going up will contain
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.util.Arrays; publicclassLab14b cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ int[]one=cfw_1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10; int[]two=cfw_1,2,3,9,11,20,30; int[]three=cfw_9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,11,2; int[]four
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceI Lab14CBIGGESTNUMBERLabValue100Lab Goal :This lab was designed to teach you how to use an array. Instantiate an array, load it with values, and then find which of the array values isLab Description :the largest.Sample Data :5 154
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab publicclassLab14c cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ Biggesttest=newBiggest(5,&quot;154245154158540&quot;); System.out.println(test); System.out.println(&quot;biggest=&quot;+test.getBiggest()+&quot;\n\n&quot;); /addmore
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14DGRADESLabValue100Lab Goal :This lab was designed to teach you how to use an array.Lab Description :Instantiate an array, load it with values, total up all of the values in the array. Finally, find the average of all of the val
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab publicclassLab14d cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ /addtestcases
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14EHISTOGRAMLabValue100Lab Goal :This lab was designed to teach you how to use an array.Lab Description :Take a list of numbers that range in value from 0 to 9 and output how many occurrences of each number exist.Sample Data :1
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab publicclassLab14e cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ /addtestcases
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14FFIBONACCILabValue120Lab Goal :problems.The lab was designed to teach you how to use arrays to simplify solving more complexLab Description :Generate a Fibonacci sequence. Each number in the Fibonacci sequence is the sum of th
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab publicclassLab14f cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ /testcases
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14GGROUPCOUNTERLabValue120Lab Goal :problems.The lab was designed to teach you how to use arrays to simplify solving more complexLab Description :Given a provided array, determine how many groups of a specified size exist. For t
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab publicclassLab14g cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ /addtestcases
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14HTHETREELABLabValue120Lab Goal :problems.The lab was designed to teach you how to use arrays to simplify solving more complexLab Description : Sample Data :See belowUsing graphics, polygons, and arrays, draw the tree shown be
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
ComputerScienceILab14IROMANNUMERALSLabValue120Lab Goal :problems.The lab was designed to teach you how to use arrays to simplify solving more complexLab Description :operations.In this program, you are to create a Roman Numeral class to handle ro
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importstaticjava.lang.System.*; publicclassLab14i cfw_ publicstaticvoidmain(Stringargs[]) cfw_ RomanNumeraltest=newRomanNumeral(10); out.println(&quot;10is&quot;+test.toString(); test.setNumber(100); out.print
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importstaticjava.lang.System.*; publicclassRomanNumeral cfw_ privateIntegernumber; privateStringroman; privatefinalstaticint[]NUMBERS=cfw_1000,900,500,400,100,90, 50,40,10,9,5,4,1; privatefinalstatic
Brown College - COMP SCI - 543
/A+ComputerSciencewww.apluscompsci.com /Name /Date /Lab importjava.awt.Graphics; importjava.awt.Color; importjava.awt.Polygon; importjava.awt.Font; importjava.awt.Canvas; publicclassTreeextendsCanvas cfw_ publicTree() cfw_ setBackground(Color.WHITE); pub
Brown College - LATIN - 142
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