JAVA Chapter 3 Programming Assignments Data Types REVIEW PROBLEMS: 1. Write the following mathematical expressions in Java: a. s = s0 + v0t + gt2 b. c = (a2 + b2 2abcos y) 2. Write the following Java expressions in mathematical notation: a. volume = Math.
JAVA Chapter 2 Assignments Objects and Classes Review problems: 1. Explain the difference between and object and an object reference.
2. Explain the difference between and object and a class.
3. Explain the difference between a method and a constructor.
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Java Software Solutions, 4e Chapter 5
Lewis/Loftus
Chapter 5 Exercise Solutions
5.1. What happens in the MinOfThree program if two or more of the values are equal? The program still prints the lowest value. Because only less than comparisons are made, the
AP COMPUTER SCIENCE A SYLLABUS MRS. JOHNSON SUPPLIES: You will need a 3 ring notebook or folder for lecture handouts, you may also want to take notes from the book. At a later date you may need a disk or USB drive. You most likely will be transporting pro
Chapter 7
Designing Classes
A class represents a single concept Concepts from mathematics: Point All nouns Rectangle Ellipse Concepts from real life BankAccount Purse Does some kind of work Actors (end in -er, -or) for you Random (better called RandomNum
Chapter 6 Iteration/Loops
Investment with Compound Interest
Invest $10,000, 5% interest, compounded annually
Year Balance 0 $10,000 1 $10,500 2 $11,025 3 $11,576.25
When will the balance be at least $20,000?
Iterations
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Chapter 5 Decisions / Conditionals
Boolean Expressions
In if (<condition> ) <condition> is a Boolean expression. A Boolean expression evaluates to either true or false. Boolean expressions are written using boolean variables and relational and logical op