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2004

Free-Response Questions: Annotated Solutions

The 2004 free-response questions are posted on The College Board's web site:

The x2004all.zip file contains complete Java classes for runnable projects with small test programs.  Several MBS and College Board classes must be added to run A-3, AB-3, and AB-4. 

2004 AP* Computer Science A

A-1

In this question you have to handle an ArrayList of Strings.

Solution and notes

A-2

This question involves a small hierarchy of classes, calling constructors and methods of the superclass, and traversing an ArrayList.

Solution and notes

A-3

This question is a Marine Biology Simulation case study question.  It involves counting and adding fish in a bounded environment.

Solution and notes

A-4

This question involves a simple algorithm for moving a "robot" along a one-dimensional array.

Solution and notes



2004 AP Computer Science AB

AB-1

In this question you have to design a small application: define an interface, extend a given class, and find big-O for certain operations on a data structure of your choice (a Map).

Solution and notes

AB-2

This question involves working with a Map, a List, and a Set.

Solution and notes

AB-3

This question is a Marine Biology Simulation case study question.  You have to design a PredatorFish class and implement a couple of methods for it.

Solution and notes

AB-4

This question involves a priority queue implemented as a binary search tree with TreeNode nodes.

Solution and notes

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