Test: Java Test
Which of the following are among the rules for defining abstract methods?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
An abstract method that extends another abstract method inherits all of its abstract methods as its own abstract methods.
The super() call must be used as the first statement of the abstract method.
Implementing an abstract method in a subclass follows the same rules for overriding a method.
An abstract method must not provide a method body/implementation in the abstract class for which it is declared.
Abstract methods may be defined in any class.
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