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The subclass (or child class) gains access to any non-private methods and
variables of the superclass (or parent class). (*)
The access specifier has been set to private.
A way of organizing the hierarchy of classes.
Extending a method from a superclass.
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2. Which is the most accurate description of the code reuse philosophy?

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A programming philosophy that promotes stealing your classmates' code.


A programming philosophy that promotes having no concern about the
security of code.
A programming philosophy that promotes protecting data and hiding
implementation in order to preserve the integrity of data and methods.
A programming philosophy that promotes simpler, more efficient coding
by using existing code for new applications. (*)
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3. What is a UML?

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Unidentified Molding Level, the level of access permitted by the default


access specifier.
Unified Modeling Language, a standardized language for modeling
systems and structures in programming. (*)
Universal Model Light, a program that reads the brightness of any given
lightbulb.
None of the above.
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4. What keyword is used to inherit a superclass?

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new
public
extends (*)
this
Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 4.
5. Which of the following correctly defines a superclass (or parent class)?

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A class that inherits methods and fields from a more general class.
The most specific class of a hierarchy system of classes.
A class that passes down its methods to more specialized classes. (*)
A keyword that allows or restricts access to data and methods.
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6. Which of the following correctly defines a subclass (or child class)?

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A class that inherits methods and fields from a more general class. (*)
A keyword that allows or restricts access to data and methods.
A class that passes down its methods to more specialized classes.
The most general class of a hierarchy system.
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7. Methods are generally declared as public so other classes may use them. True
or false?

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True (*)
False
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8. Which of the following correctly describes the use of the keyword super?

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A keyword that restricts access to only inside the same class.

A keyword that allows subclasses to access methods, data, and


constructors from their parent class. (*)
A keyword that signals the end of a program.
A keyword that allows access from anywhere.
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9. Which of the following is the proper way to set the public variable length of the
super class equal to 5 from inside the subclass?

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super.length() = 5
super.length(5)
super.length = 5 (*)
super(length = 5)
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10What is a hierarchy?
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A programming philosophy that promotes simpler, more efficient coding


by using existing code for new applications.
A programming philosophy that promotes protecting data and hiding
implementation in order to preserve the integrity of data and methods.
A keyword that allows subclasses to access methods, data, and
constructors from their parent class.
A structure that categorizes and organizes relationships among ideas and
concepts of things with the most general at the top and the most specific
at the bottom. (*)
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11Where should the constructor for a superclass be called?
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Anywhere inside the subclass.


Inside the main method of the subclass.
The last line in the constructor of the subclass.
The first line of the constructor in the subclass. (*)
The super constructor does not need to be called inside the subclass.
Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 4.
12It is possible to extend a class that already exists in Java, such as the Applet
. class. True or false?

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True (*)
False
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13Consider creating a class Square that extends the Rectangle class provided
. below. Knowing that a square always has the same width and length, which of
the following best represents a constructor for the Square class?

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(*)
None of the above.
Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 4.