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I need help, plz! Design and implement in Java, a class Rectangular tht supports two methods: 1). Area(double x, double y) tht returns the area of a rectangular of width x and length y. 2). perimeter(double x, double y) tht returns the perimeter length of a rectangle of width x & length y.

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  1. math456
    • 3 years ago
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    @Hero @jim_thompson5910

  2. Hero
    • 3 years ago
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    I'm pretty sure this is a Computer Science question

  3. math456
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    its Information technology!

  4. Hero
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    But Java is a Computer Science related course. Information Technology is more closely related to Computer Science.

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    yea they are similar..

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    math456: I need help, plz! Design and implement in Java, a class Rectangular tht supports two methods: 1). Area(double x, double y) tht returns the a…

  7. tyteen4a03
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    I'm going to answer anyway... *sigh* I don't do Java, so if there's any mistakes in my code please auto-correct them. Also note that this is not a CS section - this would fit better in the CS Category. class Rectangular { public static area(double x, double y) { return x*y; } public static perimeter (double x, double y) { return (2*x + 2*y); } } (the static keyword can be omitted but keeping the static method prevents creating this method for every instance of the object that uses this class.)

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