Interfaces and Inner Classes

Interfaces and Inner Classes

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251 6 Interfaces and Inner Classes t I NTERFACES t O BJECT C LONING t I NNER C LASSES t P ROXIES Y ou have now seen all the basic tools for object-oriented programming in Java. This chapter shows you two advanced techniques that are very commonly used. Despite their less obvious nature, you will need to master them to complete your Java tool chest. The first, called an interface, is a way of describing what classes should do, without specifying how they should do it.
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  • greater degree of generality to a greater degree of specialization
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  • interfaces
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Mathematics
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Introduction to Calculus 1 Credit/Mathematics H1342 Grade: 11, 12Cost: NoneLaude Point: 0Prerequisite:PreCalculus Course Content:This course is not a prerequisite for AP Calculus.This course is designed for students who want to take more mathematics but do not want the pressure of an AP Calculus course.The course will begin with a review of important PreCalculus concepts and will conclude with an introduction into Calculus.Calculus concepts will be covered in this class, but not in the same depth as AP Calculus. Supplies: Students must supply a graphing calculator (Texas Instruments TI83+, TI84+, or TInspire with TI84+ keypad) and a notebook. Math 1 1 Credit/Mathematics H200941 Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12Cost: NoneLaude Point: 0Prerequisite:None Course Content:Math 1 utilizes the Contemporary Mathematics in ContextCourse One textbook materials from the CorePlus mathematics project.This integrated curriculum weaves the traditional topics of algebra and geometry with the expanded topics of statistics and discrete mathematics.All topics are studied in a realworld context, allowing their applications to be readily seen by the students.This course will feature handson activities, investigations, small group work, and large class discussions.Students are expected to communicate their thinking and understanding verbally and in writing.Technology is utilized extensively throughout the course.Topics of study include basic statistics, patterns and rules representing relationships, linear relationships, perimeter, area, volume, transformations, probability, and exponential relationships.Supplies: Students must supply a graphing calculator (Texas Instruments TI83+, TI84+, or TInspire with TI84+ keypad) and a 3ring binder. Math 2 1 Credit/Mathematics H201234 Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12Cost: NoneLaude Point: 0Prerequisite:Math 1 Course Content:Math 2 utilizes the Contemporary Mathematics in Context  Course Two textbook materials from the CorePlus mathematics project.This integrated curriculum continues to weave the traditional topics of algebra and geometry with the expanded topics of statistics and discrete mathematics.All topics are studied in a realworld context, allowing their applications to be readily seen by students.This course will feature handson activities, investigations, small group work, and large class discussions.Students are expected to communicate their thinking and understanding verbally and in writing.Technology is utilized extensively throughout the course.Topics of study include matrix models and operations, coordinate geometry, correlation and variability, powers and related functions, periodic change, basic trigonometry, radian measure, probability, simulations, summation notation, and binomial distribution.Supplies: Students must supply a graphing calculator (Texas Instruments TI83+, TI84+, or TInspire with TI84+ keypad) and a 3ring binder.
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Math 3 1 Credit/Mathematics H782 Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12Cost: NoneLaude Point:0Prerequisite:Math 2 Course Content:Math 3 utilizes the Contemporary Mathematics in Context  Course Three textbook materials from the CorePlus mathematics project.This integrated curriculum continues to weave the traditional topics of algebra and geometry with the expanded topics of statistics and discrete mathematics.All topics are studied in a realworld context, allowing their applications to be readily seen by students.This course will feature handson activities, investigations, small group work, and large class discussions.Students are expected to communicate their thinking and understanding verbally and in writing.Technology is utilized extensively throughout the course. Supplies: Students must supply a graphing calculator (Texas Instruments TI83+, TI84+, or TInspire with TI84+ keypad) and a 3ring binder. Math 3  Extended 1.5 Total Credits  1 Credit/Mathematics, .5 Credit/Elective H2010 Grade: 11, 12Cost: NoneLaude Point:0Prerequisite:Math 2 ***This course is 3 quarters long Course Content:This course will be taught during three nineweek quarters.Students will earnone credit in mathematics and .5 credit as an electivefor successful completion of the course.Math 3 utilizes the Contemporary Mathematics in Context  Course Three textbook materials from the CorePlus mathematics project.This integrated curriculum continues to weave the traditional topics of algebra and geometry with the expanded topics of statistics and discrete mathematics.All topics are studied in a realworld context, allowing their applications to be readily seen by students. Thiscourse will feature handson activities, investigations, small group work, and large class discussions. Students are expected to communicate their thinking and understanding verbally and in writing.Technology is utilized extensively throughout the course. Supplies: Students must supply a graphing calculator (Texas Instruments TI83+, TI84+, or TInspire with TI84+ keypad) and a 3ring binder. PreCalculus 1 Credit/Mathematics H84 Grade: 11, 12Cost: NoneLaude Point: 0Prerequisite:Math 3 or Math 3  Extended Course Content:PreCalculus is intended to prepare students for the study of calculus and other postsecondary mathematics courses and programs.Symbolic representations and manipulations will be a major focus as well as a careful study of a wide variety of functions and their graphs.The topics covered include:rational functions, inverse functions, complex numbers, conic sections, logarithmic functions, trigonometric identities, solving trigonometric equations, vectors, polar coordinates and parametric equations. Supplies: Students must supply a graphing calculator (Texas Instruments TI83+, TI84+, or TInspire with TI84+ keypad) and a 3ring binder or notebook. Statistics 1 Credit/Mathematics H85 Grade: 11, 12Cost: NoneLaude Point:0Prerequisite:Math 2 Course Content:This is an introductory course in the fundamentals and applications of probability, statistics, hypothesis testing, sampling methods, and simple game theory.This is a good course for math, business, and sociology students. Studentsmay take Statistics or AP Statistics, not both. Supplies: Students must supply a graphing calculator (Texas Instruments TI83+, TI84+, or TInspire with TI84+ keypad).
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