Consider the following code snippet public interface

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36) Consider the following code snippet. public interface Measurable { double getMeasure(); } public class Coin implements Measurable { public double getMeasure() { return value; } ... } public class DataSet { ... public void add()
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{ ... } } public class BankAccount { ... public void add() { ... } } Which of the following statements is correct? A- Coin dime = new Coin(0.1, "dime"); Measurable x = dime; B- Coin dime = new Coin(0.1, "dime"); Dataset x = dime C- Coin dime = new Coin(0.1, "dime"); DataSet x == (Measureable)dime; D- Coin dime = new Coin(0.1, "dime"); BankAccount x = dime; 37) Which of the following code snippets denotes that the Purse class depends on the Wallet class? 38) Consider the following code snippet. Scanner in = new Scanner(. . .); while (in.hasNextDouble()) { double input = in.nextDouble(); } Which of the following statements about this code is correct? a- This code will read in one word at a time from the input file. b- This code will read in the entire input file in one operation. c- This code will read in one floating point value at a time from the input file
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d- This code will read in one character at a time from the input file. 39) Consider the following inheritance hierarchy diagram: Which of the following statements is correct? a- Auto is a superclass of LandVehicle, and LandVehicle is a superclass of Vehicle b- Auto is a superclass of LandVehicle, and LandVehicle is a subclass of Vehicle. c- Auto is a subclass of LandVehicle, and LandVehicle is a superclass of Vehicle. d- Auto is a subclass of LandVehicle, and LandVehicle is a subclass of Vehicle
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