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2001quiz1 - ISE 582 Information Technology for Industrial...

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ISE 582: Information Technology for Industrial Engineering Fall / 2001: 11 October 2001 Instructor: Elaine Chew Quiz 1 11 Pages Total 1 hour 30 minutes You can't Disapparate on Hogwarts grounds! - Hermione Do not Disapparate. Stay calm, and finish the test. Good luck! Question Part Total Score 1 10 2 (a) 10 (b) 5 (c) 10 (d) 25 (e) 10 3 (a) 15 (b) 15 Name: ______________________________________________
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Initial : _____________ Page 2 of 11 [1] The following questions refer to the webpage shown in Appendix A . Answer the following True / False questions (circle the correct answers): ( 10 points ) (i) The page can be implemented using a table with three columns [ T / F ] (ii) More than one house can be selected at any given time [ T / F ] (iii) The source code did not define a <TITLE></TITLE> [ T / F ] (iv) When you click on Reset, any selected button(s) gets de-selected [ T / F ] (v) A <ul> command was definitely used in this page [ T / F ] [2] The following questions refer to the code documented in Appendix B . The code calculates the radius of a circle in feet and inches, given the circle’s area (in square feet). (a) Answer the following True / False questions (circle the correct answers): ( 10 points ) (vi) RoundObject is a superclass of Circle [ T / F ] (vii) The one-parameter Circle constructor calls the one-parameter RoundObject constructor [ T / F ] (viii) The method displayFeetAndInches requires a target instance [ T / F ] (ix) The three different Circle constructors are examples of encapsulation [ T / F ] (x) The Circle class must have a method that calculates the radius [ T / F ]
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Initial : _____________ Page 3 of 11 (b) Describe (in English sentences, as opposed to pseudocode) how displayFeetAndInches calculates the number of feet and inches to which the double precision floating point variable lgth is equivalent.
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