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max(int, int) do I have to include/import a package?  If so, which one?  

When I compile after using this method, I get:

C:\My Documents\CS 342\03\AvlTree.java:71: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : method max  (int,int)
location: class AvlTree
          t.height = max( height( t.left ), height(t.right) )+1;
 
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It's a static method so you need to specify the class:

t.height = Math.max( height( t.left ), height(t.right) )+1;
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