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Write a class called Thermometer. The thermometer should have the following features: -Return the current temperature in either C or F (conversion) -Reset the temperature to zero (if the current scale is C) or 32 (if the current scale is F) -Set the scale of the thermometer to either C or F -Set the temperature -Return the current scale -Provide a copy constructor to make a copy of a Thermometer All data members of your class should be private. You should include a constructor to initialize the Thermometer object to 0˚ C, as well as a constructor that accepts a temperature and scale to initialize to. You will also need a copy constructor. Write a small program that uses your Thermometer object. The program should exercise each of the features listed above. You don’t need to do them in this order, but here’s an example: -Create (instantiate) a Thermometer -Show that the thermometer has been initialized correctly -Set the scale to either F or C -Set the temperature -Display the temperature in the scale opposite of what you set earlier -Make a copy of the Thermometer

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