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SHEMIAH Brathwaite - SHEMIAH Brathwaite CS110 Home Work3(4.1 The program still prints the lowest value Because the two equal values produces a

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SHEMIAH Brathwaite CS110 Home Work3 (4.1) The program still prints the lowest value. Because the two equal values produces a false result. If two values are equal, and lower than the third value, then one of the two lower but equal values is printed. (4.2) if (total == MAX) { if (total < sum) System.out.println (“total == MAX and is < sum.”); } else System.out.println (“total is not equal to MAX”); (3) if (length = MIN_LENGTH) System.out.println ("The length is minimal."); Equal (=) is used in place of the double equal (==). So, it will not compiled. 5.1. (4.4) int num = 87, max = 25; if (num >= max*2) System.out.println ("apple"); System.out.println ("orange"); System.out.println ("pear"); Print: apple orange pear The second println statement is not indented. 5.2. (4.5) int limit = 100, num1 = 15, num2 = 40; if (limit <= limit) { if (num1 == num2) System.out.println ("lemon"); System.out.println ("lime"); } System.out.println ("grape"); Print: lime grape
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(4.6) String in lexicographic order:
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