Multiplying in Java: Method & Examples


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After the following code is processed, what is the value of the variable result?

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1. What will be the value of the variable result after the following code processes?

2. When you have a long arithmetic statement, what is a good way to make sure it calculates correctly?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

On this quiz and worksheet combination, you can practice multiplication as it is used in Java. Questions address the value of a variable result from a given operation, and what happens if a multiplication operation goes over the limit of an int data type.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Designed to help you check your knowledge, the following topics appear in question form during the quiz:

  • The value of a variable result after code processing
  • Ensure correct calculation after a long arithmetic statement
  • Correcting a problem when exceeding limits of the int data type

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about coding in the Java language
  • Making connections - understand what happens when multiplication exceeds the limit of the int data type
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about finding the value of a variable result

Additional Learning

To get more of a review, find the lesson titled Multiplying in Java: Method & Examples. Utilizing this, you can dig into the additional material listed below:

  • Combining statements of arithmetic
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