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Q1.Complete The Method Definition To Output The Hours Given Minutes.

 

Q2.Define a method printFeetInchShort, with int parameters numFeet and numInches, that prints using ‘ and ” shorthand. End with a newline. Ex: printFeetInchShort(5, 8) prints:

 

Q3. Write a method printShampooInstructions(), with int parameter numCycles, and void return type. If numCycles is less than 1, print “Too few.”. If more than 4, print “Too many.”. Else, print “N: Lather and rinse.” numCycles times, where N is the cycle number, followed by “Done.”. End with a newline

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Question: Answer In JAVA 1. Complete The Method Definition To Output The Hours Given Minutes.

Output For Sample Program:

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import java.util.Scanner;
public class HourToMinConv {
   public static void outputMinutesAsHours(double origMinutes) {

      /* Your solution goes here */

   }

   public static void main (String [] args) {
      Scanner scnr = new Scanner(System.in);
      double minutes;

      minutes = scnr.nextDouble();

      outputMinutesAsHours(minutes); // Will be run with 210.0, 3600.0, and 0.0.
      System.out.println("");
   }
}

2. Define a method printFeetInchShort, with int parameters numFeet and numInches, that prints using ‘ and ” shorthand. End with a newline.

Ex: printFeetInchShort(5, 8) prints:

Hint: Use \” to print a double quote.


import java.util.Scanner;

public class HeightPrinter {

   /* Your solution goes here */

   public static void main (String [] args) {
      Scanner scnr = new Scanner(System.in);
      int userFeet;
      int userInches;

      userFeet = scnr.nextInt();
      userInches = scnr.nextInt();

      printFeetInchShort(userFeet, userInches); // Will be run with (5, 8), then (4, 11)
   }
}

3. Write a method printShampooInstructions(), with int parameter numCycles, and void return type. If numCycles is less than 1, print “Too few.”. If more than 4, print “Too many.”. Else, print “N: Lather and rinse.” numCycles times, where N is the cycle number, followed by “Done.”. End with a newline.

Example output with input 2:


1: Lather and rinse.
2: Lather and rinse.
Done.

Hint: Declare and use a loop variable.


import java.util.Scanner;

public class ShampooMethod {

   /* Your solution goes here */

   public static void main (String [] args) {
      Scanner scnr = new Scanner(System.in);
      int userCycles;

      userCycles = scnr.nextInt();
      printShampooInstructions(userCycles);
   }
}

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