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Write a Mathematics program that asks a user what type of problem they wish to solve. After the choice is made, two random values between 0-99 will be created to be used in the calculation. The application will display the math problem to the user and ask them to solve. The application will solve the question and determine if the user entered the correct problem. If the user is correct or incorrect a message will display stating the result.

Step 1 - Use Textpad or another compiler to create a java program called MathQuestions. Save it with file name MathQuestions.java.

Step 2 - Update the MathQuestions application to use methods to capture data from the user, and create math problems. You will need convert the existing application above to use at least 3 methods in your application.

Capture the active window screen capture, which has the output of the updated MathQuestions; insert it into this document.

Attach a copy of the update MathQuestions Source Code.

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public static void main(String[] args){
            
/* Declare Constant variables */
final int ADDITION = 1;
final int SUBTRACTION = 2;
final int MULTIPLICATION = 3;
final int DIVISION = 4;

            
            /* Declare local variable */
            int problemType = readProblemType();
         
            boolean answer = false;
            
            if (problemType < ADDITION || problemType > DIVISION ) {
                JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "You should choose correct type of Math Problem.");
                   System.exit(1);
            }
            
            int mathVar1 = getData(1);
            int mathVar2 = getData(2);
            int userAnswer = readAnswer(mathVar1, mathVar2, problemType);
            
            switch(problemType){...
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