19 September 2016
Diamond finding Diamonds
In our society, diamonds are a form of wealth and are viewed as extremely valuable.
Throughout this book, Diamond is inordinately quizzical, constantly trying to figure out what he
5 October 2016
The Mysteries of Nitocris and Women in Babylon
Mystery is what essentially has shaped the discovery of history since its
beginnings. An example of this is a mesopotamian female leader, Nitocris of Babylon. She
AP World History
06 May 2016
A History of the World in Six Glasses Book Review
Vital Fluids, are what Standage called the six drinks he addresses while retelling the
history of the world. He compares it to classifying history into the
12 November 2016
The Lucky Emperor Charlemagne
Charlemagne is an emperor that has caused much debate in recent times. Many believe he
is the man that brought europe out if the dark ages, and many believe he had no huge impact i
2 December 2016
The Rise of Christianity in Europe.
Europe for much of history held a lot of power and wealth, along with being a huge
cultural center and contributing to many of the worlds developments. Though Christianity
Chapter 12 Reading Guide
The Americas on the Eve of Invasion
1. Draw in the borders of the Aztec, Maya, and Inca Empires and label each. (Write the
names to the side/in the water and draw arrows to their territories)
2. Label the mountain range in
Chapter 19 Reading Guide
Early Latin America
Locate the following places on the map.
New Spain (area of Mexico)
E. Inca Empire
G. Andes Mountains
Why did Spanish and Portuguese explorers survey the C
Chapter 10 Reading Guide
Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe
1. In what century did Russia become Orthodox Christian?
2. Why did King Vladimir choose Orthodox Christianity?
3. What time period (years) did the
Chapter 20 Reading Guide
Africa and the Africans in the Age of the Atlantic Slave Trade
Locate and circle following African kingdoms:
Benin (around Benin City)
What does the location of the emerging states of Africa during the
Chapter 16 Reading Guide
The West and the Changing Balance of World Power
Who first developed the compass and for what purpose?
What did the Chinese want from Southeast Asia?
Your text implies that one particular group dominated internati
Name: Ethan Haler
1. What is another example of Java libraries that we have seen in before?
2. Which one of these in not a rule for parameters?
a. They must
Creating Object Methods
Chapter VIII Topics
8.2 Creating New Objects
8.4 Using Private and Public
8.5 The CardDeck Case Study
8.6 The Bank Class Revisited
8.6 Method Summary
Creating Object Metho
Creating Class Methods
Chapter VII Topics
7.2 User-Declared Class Methods
7.3 User-Declared Parameter Methods
7.4 Void Methods and Return Methods
7.5 Making a Utility Library Class
Creating Class Method
How many values can be stored by a simple data type?
What is a data structure?
Any data type that can store more than one value is a _.
What is another word for an array?
Arrays first bec
PreAPCS Exposure Java Exercises 07.01- 03 Date:
What are the 2 data fields of the Math class?
PI and E
If you want to call a class method, what do you need to use?
the name of the class
If you want to call an object method, what
public class GUI extends JFrame implements ActionListener
/variables live, in the set of braces they are made
/so that it can be used anywhere in the program
/we want to make it global
Name: Ethan Haler
What are the new Math methods introduced in this chapter?
Math.exp(p), Math.log(p), Math.sin(p), Math.cos(p),
Are all th
Name: Ethan Haler
The single most important goal for any program is
The three corner stones of Object Oriented Programming are
Encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance
/ This is the source code of the <Bank> class.
public class Bank
private double checking;
private double savings;
checking = 0.0;
savings = 0.0;
public Bank(double c, double s)
checking = c;
savings = s;
Close Reading/Annotation: Title: College Pressures
Chapter: _-_ Paragraph(s): 1215 Pages: 379
Essential Question: How do the authors rhetorical choices develop meaning or
achieve a particular purpose or effect with a given audience? [l
What is the diference between a learners license and an
A permit allows you to drive under certain conditions,
such as having another adult in the car with you. Also,
with a drivers license you can drive anywhere, with
anyone, and witho