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Due Jan 17 at 12:20pm Points 100 Questions 5 Available Jan 17 at 10:20am - Jan 20 at 12:59pm 3 days Time Limit None Allowed Attempts Unlimited Instructions 1. Format of the Exam: The exam will be similar to how the Lab's are working. There will be 5 questions on Canvas. There will be several example Input - Output couples to check if the code you have written works or not. After completing your code, you will upload the JAVA file for EACH question in Canvas. You will be using the Eclipse IDE on the exam. You are expected to know HOW to upload a file to CANVAS. We will NOT help you for uploading files to Canvas during the exam. 2. File Names: While uploading your answers you MUST use the following notation: - For Question 1: q1.java - For Question 2: q2.java - For Question 3: q3.java - For Question 4: q4.java - For Question 5: q5.ZIP DO NOT WRITE YOUR STUDENT NAME, ID, etc... to the file names. If you upload your files with ANY OTHER NAME , YOU WILL LOSE 10 POINTS . 3. Grading: You will be graded based on your code; if is compiling and doing what it is supposed to do. Any code that is NOT compiling at all will get you ZERO points. Correctly compiling codes will be given some Inputs and the Output's will be checked with the correct outputs. If your program will give the correct output, you will get points. 4. Notes: a. You are NOT allowed to use any electronic device (such as mobile phones, PDAs, tablets, laptops, etc.) INSIDE the lab. BEFORE ENTERING the lab, switch off your electronic devices and put them in your bag/pocket. If you use any electronic device INSIDE the lab, we will dispossess your device and disciplinary procedure will be applied. b. You will NOT have any Internet access during the exam. c.Your are NOT allowed to use the restrooms during the examination period. Make sure you fulfill your lavatory needs BEFORE you enter the exam. This quiz was locked Jan 20 at 12:59pm. Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 118 minutes 20 out of 100 Score for this attempt: 20 out of 100 Submitted Jan 17 at 12:19pm This attempt took 118 minutes. Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Question 1 20 / 20 pts Edit this Question Delete this Question 0 file_upload_question 223
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<p>Write a program that decides if a student passes a course or not and prints the result. The program will read two int values: first the total grade (<strong>grade</strong>) and then the attendance percentage (<strong>attendance</strong>). If the attendance is below 80 the student fails regardless of his/her grade.
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