Intro to Java Web-Notes_Part6

Intro to Java Web-Notes_Part6 - 4.0 Question 5 (Worth 3...

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Unformatted text preview: 4.0 Question 5 (Worth 3 points) Arithmetic Operators using the arithmetic rules of Java. calculate the value of the following expression: logo ~/ 3.0 0 g“ 0.33 {W 3 3.0 3.33 correct some? 4 4.0 Question 6 (Worth 3 points) Arithmetic Operators Using the arithmetic rules of Java. calculate the value of the following expression: 6““ 0 if 1 m i 2 f“ 3 i” 4 if... 5 is. 6 Question 7 (Worth 3 points) Arithmetic Operators Using the arithmetic rules of Java, calculate the value of the following expression: :22 ,/ 77' is. O 1 2 2:3“ 3 is mites! ESWEWQ‘EF 4 f" 5 is. 6 Question 8 (Worth 3 points) Arithmetic Operators Using the arithmetic rules of Java, calculate the value of the following expression: w» l O {M 1 53"“ 2 3 k 4 5 6 Question 9 (Worth 3 points) Arithmetic Operators Using the arithmetic rules of Java, calculate the value of the’following expression: {4% O 1 f“ 2 Question 10 (Worth 3 points) Arithmetic Operators Which of the following expressions correctly converts the int value 39 to the double value 39.0? .5“ 39 6*“ convert: 39 {2‘ (double) 39 Th” a a M’swer double 39 39 Question 11 (Worth 3 points) Arithmetic Operators What value will be stored in the variable value after the following code has been run? lint, tax :j 10; double; Value} , , ; , r ,, Valuer: (doublet (tax / 4); u”. 2 2.0 “ibis is a cortex: waver 2.25 ...
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