# MyMathClass Solution

Write a generic class MyMathClass with at type parameter T where T is a numeric object (Integer, Double or any class that extends java.lang.number)

Add a method standardDeviation (stdev) that takes an ArrayList of type T and returns a standard deviation as type double.

Use a for each loop where appropriate.

Hard code a couple of test arrays into your Demo file.

You must use at least 2 different types such as Double and Integer.

Your call will be something like:

System.out.println(“Standard Deviation 0-9 “ + MyMathClass.stdev(a));

Your class and method headers will be:

public class MyMathClass<T extends Number {

public static <T extends Number double stdev(ArrayList<T a){

Research java’s Number class to see what useful method we are gaining access to.

Research:

Need to better understand Standard Deviation

Used: https://www.mathsisfun.com/data/standard-deviation-formulas.html

Realized the assignment is based on SAMPLE Standard Deviation rather than POPULATION Standard Deviation.

Square a number with Math.pow

https://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/lang/math_pow.htm

Square Root with Math.sqrt

https://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/lang/math_sqrt.htm

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Pseudocode:

MyMathClass.java

MMCDemo.java

Construct formulas based on MathisFun Sample Deviation Website

Test against Ken Moore code to validate

Add a method standardDeviation (stdev) that takes an ArrayList of type T and returns a standard deviation as type double.

Use a for each loop where appropriate.

Hard code a couple of test arrays into your Demo file.

You must use at least 2 different types such as Double and Integer.

Your call will be something like:

System.out.println(“Standard Deviation 0-9 “ + MyMathClass.stdev(a));

Your class and method headers will be:

public class MyMathClass<T extends Number {

public static <T extends Number double stdev(ArrayList<T a){

Research java’s Number class to see what useful method we are gaining access to.

Research:

Need to better understand Standard Deviation

Used: https://www.mathsisfun.com/data/standard-deviation-formulas.html

Realized the assignment is based on SAMPLE Standard Deviation rather than POPULATION Standard Deviation.

Square a number with Math.pow

https://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/lang/math_pow.htm

Square Root with Math.sqrt

https://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/lang/math_sqrt.htm

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Pseudocode:

MyMathClass.java

MMCDemo.java

Construct formulas based on MathisFun Sample Deviation Website

Test against Ken Moore code to validate

You'll get a 5.7KB .ZIP file.