Your job is to create a drag and shoot game similar to the angry birds game I showed in class. There should be targets to shoot, and you should be able to drag/shoot multiple things at once. The speed of the munition should be determined by how far back the mouse is pulled. When it hits a target, the target should disappear. It's up to you what else the game should do - be creative! You have all week to do this, and you've already completed most of the steps.

Grading rubric:

Game works: 50 pts

Comments: 10 pts

Creativity/game design: 20 pts

Code structure: 20 pts

Submit your Java code for the 2019 FRQ 2 here. In case you can't find it, the problem can be found right here.

Check Point # 3  (using Quizzez) covering L. 6.3 Due Tuesday, April 14th by 11:45 pm.   


This course will serve as an introduction to managing advanced mathematical concepts. We will see how functions can be translated to different forms. We will also explore new mathematical fields, such as probability and trigonometry. This course will teach you the importance of logic, organization, and clarity.


A guiding principle of the course is to promote critical thinking and independent problem solving. Using an amalgamation of two textbooks- Algebra I and Geometry, Holt- we will discover the path of integrated math. This course will give you strong foundations to prepare for Algebra II and the rest of your mathematical career.


A guiding principle of the course is to promote critical thinking and independent problem-solving. Using an amalgamation of two textbooks- Algebra I and Geometry, Holt- we will discover the path of integrated math. This course will give you strong foundations to prepare for Algebra II and the rest of your mathematical career.

Designed to supplement the material presented in Algebra II, FST completes the study of the elementary functions; linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric. Additionally, the course develops some material from finite mathematics including an introduction to probability and statistics, additional applications of trigonometry, and sequences and series. The topics cover a wide range of mathematics and are designed to significantly enhance students' ability to undertake the study of advanced statistical applications. Throughout the entire course, modeling of real phenomena is emphasized. A graphing calculator is required.