?v=JEHm-XUHwNw Introduction Topic 4: Scientific Methods Big Bang, Black Holes, No **Math** **10** Ptolemy’s Universe (2 nd century) The Sun, Moon and Stars go around / they should be **circles** (except people LIKE **circles**, and they are more “perfect”) 21 Introduction Topic 4: Scientific Methods Big Bang, Black Holes, No **Math** 22 The next / Topic 4: Scientific Methods Big Bang, Black Holes, No **Math** **Class** trip to Cyclotron Clicker question Any interest in a **class** trip to the Cyclotron? If so, which day would you/

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; reference value myCircle reference value yourCircle Change radius in yourCircle animation Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Eighth Edition, (c) 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0132130807 25 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**/ 60 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects/

0-13-222158-6 **10** Creating Objects Using Constructors new ClassName(); Example: new **Circle**(); new **Circle**(5.0); Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 11 Default Constructor A **class** may be declared /. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 24 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**. Can you invoke getArea() using Circle1.getArea()? The answer is no. All /

power and square root methods to do //the calculation. double dist = **Math**.sqrt(**Math**.pow((centerX-x), 2.0) + **Math**.pow((centerY - y), 2.0)); // now check if point is in **circle** or not if (dist <= radius) { return true; } else { return false; } 8 Using our **Circle** **Class** public **class** PointInCircle { public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception{ double x,y; double radius; //read input from user/

**10** **Circle** **class** behaviors What do we want to do with (and to) our **Circle** **class**? Create **circles** Modify **circles** (mutators) Find out about our **circles**’ properties (accessors) Find the area of the **circle** /**Circle** c1 = new **Circle**(); **Circle** c2 = new **Circle**(); **Circle** c3 = new **Circle**(); **Circle** c4 = new **Circle**(); **Circle**.PI = 4.3; System.out.println (c2.PI); 23 Even even even more on static fields We’ve seen static fields used with their **class** names: System.in(type: InputStream) System.out(type: OutputStream) **Math**/

three decimal places DecimalFormat fmt = new DecimalFormat ("0.###"); System.out.println ("The **circles** area: " + fmt.format(area)); System.out.println ("The **circles** circumference: " + fmt.format(circumference)); Enter the **circles** radius: 7 The **circles** area: 153.938 The **circles** circumference: 43.982 Output © 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved3-21 Outline Packages **Math** **Class** Formatting Output Enumerated Types © 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved3-22 Enumerated/

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; myCircle reference value yourCircle reference value Change radius in yourCircle Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**/reference to the object) TestPassObject Run Passing Objects to Methods, cont. Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is actually an array of reference variables. So invoking circleArray/

Find the volume of this cuboid. 8) 6 cm 3 cm 2 cm Find the circumference of a **circle** with diameter 14 m. 9)Find the area of a **circle** which has radius 70 cm. Int 1 **Maths** Mixed Homework Exercise **10** 5) 1) 2) The cost of hiring a car is shown below. 3) D = ST/14 cm 5) Use the formula P = 2l + 2b to find the perimeter of this rectangle. 4 m 12 m Int 1 **Maths** Mixed Homework Exercise 15 1) An S3 **class** were asked which kind of pet they had. The results are shown in the table below. Draw a bar chart to display this /

9:45 – **Math** (1 hour and 15 minutes) 8:30 – 9:45 – **Math** (1 hour and 15 minutes) 9:45 – **10**:45 – ELA- Reading (1 hour) 9:45 – **10**:45 – ELA- Reading (1 hour) **10**:45-11:15- Recess (30 minutes) **10**:45-11:15- Recess (30 minutes) 11:15-11:30 – **Class** Read Aloud//to use the bathroom. The first thing they will do when they enter the classroom is to sign up for lunch using the lunch **circle**. Before entering the rooms students should make sure they stop by the bathroom area to use the bathroom. The first thing they will /

protected value 1 // Fig. 9.24: **Circle**.java 2 // Definition of **class** **Circle** 3 4 public **class** **Circle** extends Point { // inherits from Point 5 protected double radius; 6 7 // no-argument constructor 8 public **Circle**() 9 { **10** // implicit call to superclass constructor here 11/ // calculate area of Cylinder (i.e., surface area) 38 public double area() 39 { 40 return 2 * super.area() + 2 * **Math**.PI * radius * height; 41 } 42 43 // calculate volume of Cylinder 44 public double volume() 45 { 46 return super.area() * /

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; reference value myCircle reference value yourCircle Change radius in yourCircle animation Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Tenth Edition, (c) 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 23 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**/ reserved. 47 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is /

ducks they saw. When they returned to **class**, they made a graph of the animals. DataWORKS Educational Research (800) 495-1550 www.dataworks-ed.com ©2011 All rights reserved. Comments? feedback@dataworks-ed.com 2 nd Grade **Math** SDP 1.4 (1Q) Ask and /c. 15 b. **10** d. 20 Periodic Review 2 Name _______________________________ Step #1: Read the question carefully. Step #2: Underline the information you need to find. Step #3: Use the table or graph to find the information. Step #4: **Circle** the correct answer. Data/

**Circle**(5); Rect r = new Rect(5, 3); Shape s = null; if( **Math**.random(100) % 2 == 0 ) s = c; else s = r; System.out.println( "Shape is " + s.toString() ); §Assume **class** Rect is a subclass of **class** Shape, and it has a new method changeWidth(double width), which its super **class** does not have. §Does this work? Type Compatibility Rect r = new Rect(5, **10**); Shape/

Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012671 24 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**. Can you invoke getArea() using Circle1.getArea()? The answer is no. All/ Programming, Seventh Edition, (c) 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012671 61 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is actually an array of reference variables. So invoking circleArray[1].getArea() involves two /

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; reference value myCircle reference value yourCircle Change radius in yourCircle animation Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Tenth Edition, (c) 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 24 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**/rights reserved. 43 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is /

(1.0); } public getArea() { return this.radius * this.radius * **Math**.PI; } // this(1.0) has to appear first in the constructor before any other statements. 49 **Class** Abstraction F Java provides many levels of abstraction. F **Class** abstraction is the separation of **class** implementation from the use of a **class**. 50 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is actually an array of/

reserved. Outline 6 **Circle**.vb 1 Fig. **10**.2: **Circle**.vb 2 CCircle **class** that inherits from **class** CPoint. 3 4 Public **Class** CCircle 5 Inherits CPoint CCircle Inherits from **class** CPoint 6 7 Private mRadius As Double 8 9 default constructor **10** Public Sub New() / circumference 48 Public Function Circumference() As Double 49 Return **Math**.PI * Diameter() 50 End Function Circumference 51 52 calculate CCircle2 area 53 Public Overrides Function Area() As Double 54 Return **Math**.PI * mRadius ^ 2 55 End Function Area 56/

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; reference value myCircle reference value yourCircle Change radius in yourCircle animation Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Tenth Edition, (c) 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 22 Caution Recall that, to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**, we use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**/ rights reserved. 41 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is actually /

**circles** expand gradually into their final positions, one at a time. GrowingCircles Defining Your Own **Classes** The standard form of a **class** definition in Java looks like this: public **class** name extends superclass { **class**/**10** is exact. Rational numbers support the standard arithmetic operations: a b + c d = ad + bc bd a b – c d = ad – bc bd a b x c d = ac a b c d =.. bd ad bc Addition: Subtraction: Multiplication: Division: Implementing the Rational **Class**/gcd(**Math**.abs(x), **Math**.abs(y)); num = x / g; den = **Math**.abs/

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; reference value myCircle reference value yourCircle Change radius in yourCircle animation Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 23 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**/-6 56 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is/

(1.0); } public getArea() { return this.radius * this.radius * **Math**.PI; } // this(1.0) has to appear first in the constructor before any other statements. 50 **Class** Abstraction F Java provides many levels of abstraction. F **Class** abstraction is the separation of **class** implementation from the use of a **class**. 51 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is actually an array of/

Diesel Mechanics – Early Learning – Computer Networking ALL of these programs offer articulation credits. Applications due by March 1 st during **10** th grade Must have space available for 6 total elective credits in 11 th & 12 th grades Why is Scheduling so Important/ to the MS Office – Choose 8 credits (not simply 8 **classes**) – List three alternatives Let’s Get You Started! The following courses are already **circled**: English 9, Civics, Health 9 **Circle** your **math** choice – Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II: – If /

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; reference value myCircle reference value yourCircle Change radius in yourCircle animation 23 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**/reference to the object) 43 Passing Objects to Methods, cont. 44 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is actually an array of reference variables. So invoking circleArray/

**class** can be declared with the statements: Dim objectName As className objectName = New className(arg1, arg2,...) where the second statement must appear inside a procedure. The Dim statement sets up a reference to the object. The object is actually created with the word New. **10**/**Class**: Method Function CalcSemGrade() As String Dim grade As Double grade = (m_midterm + m_final) / 2 grade = **Math**/End Sub 37 Example 3: **Circle** **Class** Methods Sub Show(g As Graphics) Draw a **circle** with given specifications g.DrawEllipse/

**Math** **Class** Attributes PIE Circumference of a **Circle** / its Diameter About 3.1415926535897932384626433832795 Base of the Natural Log About 2.7182818284590452353602874713526 Visual **Classes** 1 **Class**: Bug 5 Objects: All Bug Objects Visual **Classes** 2 **Classes**: Bug Rock 8 Objects: 5 Bug Objects 3 Rock Objects Visual **Classes** 4 **Classes**/(g,500,490,130,9); Expo.setColor(g,Expo.purple); Expo.fillRegularPolygon(g,800,490,130,**10**); } The drawStar Method Expo.drawStar(g, centerX, centerY, radius, points); The first 3 /

**Circle** myCircle = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** yourCircle = new **Circle**(); yourCircle.radius = 100; reference value myCircle reference value yourCircle Change radius in yourCircle animation 22 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**/reference to the object) 43 Passing Objects to Methods, cont. 44 Array of Objects **Circle**[] circleArray = new **Circle**[**10**]; An array of objects is actually an array of reference variables. So invoking circleArray/

objects created from pre-defined **classes** such as **Circle**. In this chapter we’ll learn how to write our own **classes** to create novel objects./ of the flight of a cannon ball (or other projectile) # This version is not modularized. from **math** import pi, sin, cos def main(): angle = float(input("Enter the launch angle (in degrees):/= GraphWin("Projectile Animation", 640, 480, autoflush = False) win.setCoords(-**10**, -**10**, 210, 155) # draw baseline Line(Point(-**10**, 0), Point(210, 0)).draw(win) # draw labeled ticks every /

Hardy.His birth centenary was celebrated in1987. 1729? Story time Once the inspector visited the school. He entered the 4th std. **class** where his favorite subject was being tought.He posed a small question to the children. He asked them the sum of first 100/TO PROMOTE LOVE FOR **MATH** AND HELP REDUCE THE FAIL %. Across 1 an exterior angle of any angle <180 2 perimeter of a **circle** 3 Indian genius ,a student of Prof. Hardy 5 closed rectilinear figure 9 Equation represents a straight line **10** graph representing the /

+ num1); (more…) 3.4 – RandomNumbers.java num1 = generator.nextInt(**10**); System.out.println ("From 0 to 9: " + num1); num1 = generator.nextInt(**10**) + 1; System.out.println ("From 1 to **10**: " + num1); num1 = generator.nextInt(15) + 20; System./ ("0.###"); System.out.println ("The **circles** area: " + fmt.format(area)); System.out.println ("The **circles** circumference: " + fmt.format(circumference)); } Outline The String **Class** Packages The Random **Class** The **Math** **Class** Formatting Output Enumerated Types enum Season {/

sixth-graders take the district Olympiad. 25 or so are tracked into their own **math** course and **math** **circle**. University of Utah March 24 rd, 2007 Example: 8 th grade algebra **class** University of Utah March 24 rd, 2007 Example Problems If it is true that/Approach for younger students A “seed” topic is a springboard for open-ended explorations. Sample topics for kids between 5 and **10**: –Are there numbers between numbers? –Primes –Infinity Ages 12-14 (some algebra): –complex numbers –Fibonacci sequence –continued /

inclusive 7. return sum; 8. } 8. } 9. public int getNumDice() **10**. { 11. return numDice; 12. } 12. } 13. public void /**Math**.random(), **Math**.sqrt(), and **Math**.abs() are all static methods. Every method of Java’s **Math** **class** is static. A static method may be invoked by sending a message to an object, if one exists, or by using the **class** name. e.g. Dice.getNumberofDice() ( **Class** Dice) Dice.getNumberofDice() ( **Class** Dice) where the method getNumberofDice() is declared static Example: 1. public **class** **Circle**/

**Math**) BigDecimal (java.**Math**) BigInteger (java.**Math**) BigInteger (java.**Math**) Wrappers for other data types: Boolean Boolean Character Character Void Void Objects **classes**, interfaces, packages, annotations The Integer **class**/ and when? public **class** WhatHappens { public static void main(String[] args) { StringBuffer[] stringBuffers = new StringBuffer[**10**]; for (int i/**class** or the interface is defined. Example: package graphics; public **class** **Circle** extends Graphic implements Draggable {... } The **Circle** **class**/

int row, int limit) returned type of method name of method three formal parameters of method, each of type int **10** Magic Numbers Magic Number: A magic number is a number whose sum of cubes of digits equals the number itself./do //the calculation. double dist = **Math**.sqrt(**Math**.pow((centerX-x), 2.0) + **Math**.pow((centerY - y), 2.0)); // now check if point is in **circle** or not if (dist <= radius) { return true; } else { return false; } 18 Using our **Circle** **Class** public **class** PointInCircle { public static void main(/

in common regardless of group, or only by group? From an elementary **math** **class** for adult bilinguals: Example from Vanessa Hill Given this problem: Jalal has ten/**Math** Placement Test: a girl aged 6;9 “How many sets of **10** and how many ones are in the picture?” She very carefully counted two sets of **10** to confirm that there were **10**/ a picture with lots of **circles** –Where all the **circles** are black. –Where all the **circles** are all black. –Where the **circles** are some black. –Where every **circle** has no black. Draw a/

object itself: // desired behavior System.out.println("p is " + p); // p is (**10**, 7) Copyright 2006 by Pearson Education 57 The toString method The special method toString : Tells /**class** **Math** { // other methods such as ceil, floor, abs, etc. //... public static int round(double d) { if (d - (int) d >= 0.5) { return ceil(d); } else { return floor(d); } Copyright 2006 by Pearson Education 88 More **class** problems Copyright 2006 by Pearson Education 89 Object practice problem Create a **class** named **Circle**. A **circle**/

Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein." -- H. Jackson Brown Slide #**10** Using a personal example Denice’s scheduled for Fall 2006 NFL NOTE: These times do not include running errands e.g. shopping (grocery/ #42 Building a Learning **Circle** “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent.” John Doone Get to know individuals in your **class**, friends/family members that were good in **math**, other professors, etc. Know/

for English Learners (through staff training, family involvement, the legislative process and other agencies) 5 Teaching English in **Math** and Science Bonnie Larson St. Paul Preparatory School Algebra 2 6 St. Paul Preparatory School International non-profit /attachment) (**10**-15 minutes) 4. Pi Investigation - students will draw 3-5 **circles**, measure the circumference and diameter and divide the 2 to understand what pi is (**10** minutes) 5. Example Problems - as a **class** we will go over 5 example problems (**10** -15 /

, and write these in the right box. Example: book, paper, clip. The best words come from your child’s own **math** lessons. But here are some **math** concepts you might use: Geometry Words: **circle**, square, triangle, rectangle, right, left, top, bottom, next to, under, over, around. Subtraction Words: less than, subtract/382 and the number that is 100 more than 382. For example: If there are 17 students in the **class** and granola bars come **10** to a box, you need to buy 20 bars (2 boxes) in order to have enough bars for/

for Java? Criteria 5 **10**% Is the code an original creative work of the student? Using leveraged code without citation 0 Students submitting duplicate code as another student 0 Java Foundations, 3rd Edition, Lewis/DePasquale/Chase1 - 3 Chapter 3 Using **Classes** and Objects Chapter Scope Creating objects Services of the String **class** The Java API **class** library The Random and **Math** **classes** Formatting output Introducing enumerated/

.println("From -**10** to 9: " + num1); num2 = generator.nextFloat(); System.out.println("A random float (between 0-1): " + num2); num2 = generator.nextFloat() * 6; // 0.0 to 5.999999 num1 = (int)num2 + 1; System.out.println("From 1 to 6: " + num1); } Java Foundations, 3rd Edition, Lewis/DePasquale/Chase3 - 25 The **Math** **Class** The **Math** **class** is part of the java.lang package The **Math** **class** contains methods that/

) { super(0,0); dMyRadius = radius; } public **Circle**(double x, double y, double radius) { super(x,y); dMyRadius = radius; } public double getArea() { return **Math**.PI * dMyRadius * dMyRadius; } public String toString() { return super.toString() + " radius: " + dMyRadius; } } CS 307 Fundamentals of Computer ScienceInterfaces and Abstract **Classes** 34 Polymorphism in Action public **class** UsesShapes { public static void go() { ClosedShape[] sList = new ClosedShape[**10**]; double a, b, c, d; int/

Volume 09 ----- Fractions, Decimals and Percentages **10** ----- Brackets and Equations 11 ----- Scientific Notation 12 ------ Money, Bills and Finance 13 ------ Angles and **Circle** 14 ------ Trigonometry 15 ------ TDS 16 ------ Proportion and Variation 17 ------ More Statistics 18 ------ Factors General **Maths** Mixed Homework Exercise 1 1)Evaluate, /? College Full time job Uni Part time Unemployed 45 o 54 o 135 o 5) An S3 **class** were asked which kind of pet they had. The results are shown in the table below. Draw a/

: **Math**.sqrt( 900.0 ) Method sqrt belongs to **class** **Math** oDot (. ) allows access to method sqrt The argument 900.0 is located inside parentheses **Class** Method which belongs to **class** **Math** This/ ‘message’ to aCircle 28 Using **Circle** **Class** // **Circle**.java: Contains both **Circle** **class** and its user **class** //Add **Circle** **class** code here **class** MyMain { public static void main(String args[]) { **Circle** aCircle; // creating reference aCircle = new **Circle**(); // creating object aCircle.x = **10**; // assigning value to data field/

**Math** September 16, 2013 Jeanne Simpson AMSTI **Math** Specialist Name School **Classes** you teach Your favorite **math** /do this. ! This sounds exciting! ? I have questions. Standards of Mathematical Practice **10** Problem solving Demanding tasks Student understanding Discussion of alternative strategies Extensive mathematics discussion Effective questioning/Standard(s) in the cluster(s) 2.Identify Key Verbs 2.G.3 Partition **circles** and rectangles into two, three, or four equal shares DescribeRecognize Partition 31 Step 3/

3 letters **circled** S = 4-6 letters **circled** N = 7-**10** letters **circled** U = 11 or more letters **circled** Student Nutrition Breakfast is served from 7:30 – 7:55 in the cafeteria. Students are still responsible for getting to **class** on time/ ces/teachers_corner/flashcard/flashcardmaker.jsp Practice multiplication facts: www.multiplication.comwww.multiplication.com Print **math** practice pages: www.**math**-drills.comwww.**math**-drills.com Read books online: http://www.wegivebooks.org/http://www.wegivebooks.org/ Response/

Radius cannot be negative"); } public double findArea() { return **Math**.PI * radius * radius; } public double findCircum() { return 2 * **Math**.PI * radius; } } // end of **class** **Circle** Assoc. Prof. Stoyan Bonev **10**/20/2015 60 EH from Java to C# **class** Program { static void Main(string[] args) { try { **Circle** a = new **Circle**(); **Circle** aa = new **Circle**(); **Circle** b = new **Circle**(5.0); **Circle** c = new **Circle**(-5.0); **Circle** cc = new **Circle**(); } catch (ArgumentException ex) { Console.WriteLine(" -->>" + ex + " -->>"); Console/

simply return without "recursing" further. n Perhaps you remember from **math** **classes** that the factorial, written as an exclamation mark by a number/**class**, we use the this keyword. using System; public **class** **Circle** { public **Circle**(int radius){ Console.WriteLine("**Circle**, r={0} is created", radius); } public **Circle**() : this(1) { } 124 - Prof Yousef B. Mahdy- **10**/25/2015 Visual programming- C# 1 public **class** ConstructorChaining{ static void Main(){ new **Circle**(5); new **Circle**(); } n We have a **Circle** **class**. The **class**/

a no-arg constructor. **Class** can have several constructors, through overloading Liang,Introduction to Java Programming,revised by Dai-kaiyu 9 **Classes** Without main() Liang,Introduction to Java Programming,revised by Dai-kaiyu **10** Constructors **Circle**() { } **Circle**(double newRadius) { radius = /Programming,revised by Dai-kaiyu 26 Caution Recall that you use **Math**.methodName(arguments) (e.g., **Math**.pow(3, 2.5)) to invoke a method in the **Math** **class**. You can ‘t invoke findArea() using SimpleCircle.findArea. findArea/

**Math** **Class** See p 94. int num = -34; int absNum = **Math**.abs(num); double dec = 4.3; double absDec = **Math**.abs(dec); double pwr = **Math**.pow (2, 4); double num2 = 49.0 double sqrRtNum2 = **Math**.sqrt(num2) © 2006 Pearson Education 52 Random **Class** pp. 91 - 93 Random rand = new Random(); int num 1; double num2; num1 = rand.nextInt(**10**/drawRect (60, 80, 225, 30); // rectangle page.drawOval (75, 65, 20, 20); // **circle** page.drawLine (35, 60, 100, 120); // line page.drawString ("Out of clutter, find /

What is your question? As Rhea wrote to Dr. **Math** On 12/04/2014 at 21:58:19 (Eastern Time), [Question] Find the area of the incenter **circle** with coordinates A (15, -3), B (-9/ 5/6 and now the total time is 1 hour. Now, in an algebra **class** this problem would probably be solved differently. Let d = the distance jogged uphill after/ were no ties. The first race was Breaststroke. Altogether Sarah accumulated 20 points, Michelle **10** points and Catherine 9 points. If Sarah did not win the backstroke race, who did/

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