United States Bankruptcy Law and Java Methods Answers

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Java Methods Second AP* Edition — with GridWorld Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures Answers and Solutions to Exercises (for students ) Maria Litvin Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts Gary Litvin Skylight Software, Inc. Skylight Publishing Andover, Massachusetts *AP and the Advanced Placement are registered trademarks of the College Entrance Examination Board; their use does not constitute endorsement of this material by the College Board. Skylight Publishing 9 Bartlet Street, Suite 70 Andover, MA 01810 (978) 475-1431 e-mail: support@skylit.com web: http://www.skylit.com Copyright © 2011 by Maria Litvin and Gary Litvin All rights reserved. Teachers who purchased Java Methods are allowed to…show more content…
JAVA METHODS ANSWERS AND SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES The output is: info.gridworld.actor.Bug[location=null,direction=0,color=java.awt. Color[r=255,g=0,b=0]] The toString method of the Actor class defines this output: public String toString() { return getClass().getName() + "[location=" + location + ",direction=" + direction + ",color=" + color + "]"; } 14. 15. (a) T (b) F — a subclass does not inherit any constructors Deriving Cylinder from Circle is not appropriate — a bad design decision. It would work, but saving a couple of lines of code is not worth introducing an incorrect IS-A relationship between objects: a Cylinder is not a Cicrle. Chapter 4. Algorithms 1. n Input: n sum ← 0 sum ← 0 k←1 k ← 1 Repeat the following three steps while k ≤ n: sq = k * k sum ← sum + 1 / sq k ← k + 1 Output: sum No k≤n? Yes sq ← k * k sum ← sum + 1 / sq k←k+1 sum CHAPTER 4 3. m, n Input: m, n q←0 r←m q ← 0 r ← m Repeat the following steps while r ≥ n: r ← r - n q ← q + 1 Output: q, r 7 No r≥n? Yes r←r-n q←q+1 q, r 4. 9. 13. 6 15 public double goldenRatioSeq(int n) { if (n == 1) return 1; else return 1 + 1 / goldenRatioSeq(n - 1); } 14. 17. (b) E If n = 0, no radioactive coins found. If n = 1, test the coin. If n > 1, split the bag into two approximately equal bags. Try to find the radioactive coin in the first bag. If not found, try to find the

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