In-Class Exercise 3: Loops
1. B. Java does not restrict the name of the String array for the main() method parameters. So
String ar, String args, String a are all valid.
Part 2. Coding Exercise: Occurrence of Max
Homework 4 Sample Code
public class Demo cfw_
public static int sum(int number) cfw_
int sum = 0;
while (number != 0) cfw_
sum += number % 10;
number = number / 10;
public static void main(String args) cfw_
CIS 3730 Fall 2015
Due at 4:30pm on the date listed in the schedule in the syllabus.
Directions: Read chapter 6 in the Coronel/Morris book. Then answer the
following questions from the book listed below. Answers should go in a
Microsoft Word do
Break-Even and Cross-Over Analyses
The Generalized Profit Model:
A decision-maker will break-even when profit is zero. We will develop the formula for the
break-even point by setting the generalized profit model equal to zero, and then solve for the
CHAPTER 5 - PLANNING FOR HUMAN RESOURCES
1. Discuss how to plan for human resources needed to carry out the organizations strategy.
2. What is the difference between strategic planning and HR planning?
3. Why should forecasting not be the first step in
Bond: Practice problems
1. A bond issued by Caspian Sea has 20 years remaining until maturity. The face value of the
bond is $1,000, the coupon rate is 10% and is paid semi-annually. The yield-to-maturity is 4%.
The bond should sell for $_.
2. A b
To: PMAP 4411 Spring 2016 Semester Students
From: Jim Martin
Re: Assignment 1
Date: January 28, 2016
Please answer the following questions. You may find the answers using the College of Law
Library or LexisNexis Academic. Your answers are due b
Address Matching/ Geocoding
Prepared by Ann-Margaret Esnard
Process that matches locations to a street
centerline, zip code, or other administrative zone
The more detailed the reference data ,the more accurately addresse
2015 Summer, Langtao Chen
In class 1, you learned how to create, compile, and run a
very simple Java program.
Now you will learn
In-Class Exercise 2
CIS 3260 Summer 2015, Chen
Part 1. Multiple Choice
Note: Each question may have one or more correct answers.
1. To assign a value 1 to variable x, you write
1 = x;
x = 1;
x := 1;
1 := x;
x = 1;
2. The not equa