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beginning speed as arguments These values should be used to initialize the Car’s year, make, and speed fields o Getter Methods – Write three accessor (getter) methods to get the getYear(), getMake(), getSpeed() values stored in an object’s fields o accelerate – Write an accelerate method that has no arguments (parameters) passed to it and adds 1 to

Class and Objects 1. Create a new Java class named Car that has the following fields o year – The year field is an int that holds a car’s year model (e.g. 2010) o make – The make field is a String object that holds the make of the car (e.g. “Porsche”) o speed – The speed field is an double that holds a car’s current speed (e.g. 25.0) 2. In addition, the Car class should have the following methods. o Constructor – The constructor should accept the car’s year, make, and beginning speed as arguments These values should be used to initialize the Car’s year, make, and speed fields o Getter Methods – Write three accessor (getter) methods to get the getYear(), getMake(), getSpeed() values stored in an object’s fields o accelerate – Write an accelerate method that has no arguments (parameters) passed to it and adds 1 to the speed field each time it is called For example: if the car was going 3 mph, accelerate would set the speed to 4 mph 3. Write a separate Java class RaceTrack in file RaceTrack.java with a main method that uses your Car class Save the class in file RaceTrack.java in the same java project folder. 4. Inside RaceTrack class’ main method o Create a new Car object (using the Car constructor method), passing in the year, make, and speed o Display the current status of the car object using the getter methods getYear(), getMake(), and getSpeed() o Call the car’s accelerate method and then re-display the car’s speed using getSpeed()

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