Question #2 on the 2017 AP Exam was testing your ability to use an arbitrary Java interface called
StudyPractice. You were to implement this interface to create a class called
StudyPractice interface, defined below, specifies two methods that you must implement;
Our implementation of
MultPractice must implement both of these methods.
Let’s start with the first line. We’re creating a class called
MultPractice that implements the interface
For this class we’ll need two
int instance variables. Names don’t really matter, but they do both need to be
private. That’s a College Board preference that all instance variables should be
The constructor takes two
int parameters. We know this because of the examples in the problem. There are several example calls similar to
StudyPractice p1 = new MultPractice(7, 3);. This tells us that the constructor must take two
Then we implement the
getProblem returns a string in a specific format, starting with the first number, followed by
" TIMES ", followed by the second number.
nextProblem increments the second number so that the next time
getProblem is called it returns a different string.
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