# This homework builds on the Business class that we used in lab, by ...

## Question

This homework builds on the Business class that we used in lab, by asking you to write 10 methods for it. In the rough order you should attempt them:
public Business(String formalName, String informalName, String startDate)
public double getLatitude()public double getLongitude()
public String getName()
public boolean setLatitude(double latitude)
public boolean setLongitude(double longitude)
public Business(String formalName, String informalName, String startDate, doublelatitude, double longitude)
public int getStartDay()public int getStartMonth()public int getStartYear()

Full descriptions of each method can be found in the documentation in the code. Google will likely be necessaryfor the last three methods.Note that no test cases will be provided on the autograder.

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/* Constructor that fully specifies a business. If _either_ the latitude
* or longitude is invalid, both should be set to 0. See the set functions
* for the valid ranges of each coordinate.
*
* @param formalName    The formal name of the business.
* @param informalName The informal name of the business.
* @param startDate    The start date of the business, in MM/DD/YYYY format.
* @param latitude      The latitude coordinate of the business.
* @param longitude    The longitude coordinate of the business.
*/
public Business(String formalName, String informalName, String startDate,
double latitude, double longitude) {

this.formalName = formalName;
this.informalName = informalName;
this.startDate = startDate;

if(latitude >= -90 && latitude <= 90) {
setLatitude(latitude);
}else {
setLatitude(0);
}

if(longitude >= -180 && longitude <= 180) {
setLongitude(longitude);
}else {
setLongitude(0)...

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