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Create a class named Circle with attributes radius, diameter,

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Create a class named Circle with attributes radius, diameter, circumference and area. Write a constructor that sets the radius to 1. Include the following method:
computeDiameter() diameter = 2 * radius
computeArea() area = 3.14 * r *r

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Create a class called TestCircle whose main method declares three circle objects. Assign a small value to the radius of the first circle object, assign a fairly large value to the radius of the second circle object. Do not assign any value to the radius of the third circle object. Call computeDiameter and computArea of each circle object and display the results.
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Hi there,


ZIP FILE (with two java files inside)


Let me know how it goes, and if you're set, thanks for accepting,


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