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### AbstractInnerClassExercise

Course: CMSC 132, Fall 2005
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Class Abstract/Inner Exercise Exercises 1. Define a class named Factorial that has the following methods: a. Constructor - Factorial(lowerLimit, upperLimit) b. Implement an iterator which will return the factorials of numbers starting at lowerLimit and ending at upperLimit. Make sure the class implements the Iterable interface. c. Define a main method that uses the iterator you defined above. 2. A Car class is...

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Class Abstract/Inner Exercise Exercises 1. Define a class named Factorial that has the following methods: a. Constructor - Factorial(lowerLimit, upperLimit) b. Implement an iterator which will return the factorials of numbers starting at lowerLimit and ending at upperLimit. Make sure the class implements the Iterable interface. c. Define a main method that uses the iterator you defined above. 2. A Car class is defined as follows: public abstract class Car { private String make; public abstract void start(); public void setMake(String make) { this.make = make; } public String getMake() { return make ;} } Complete the assignment statement below so we can define a hybrid car object that has an instance variable representing battery power. In addition, the object will be associated with a start() method that decreases the battery power by 100 units. The initial battery power is 3000 units. You must use an anonymous inner class. public static void main(String[] args) { Car Hybrid = // COMPLETE THIS ASSIGNMENT } 3. Define an Abstract class named Drink which defines the following methods: a. Constructor with two parameters: serialNo (drink's serial number) and description description (brief about the drink). A drink has a sugarContent which is by default is 0. b. toString method that prints the serial number followed by the description and the sugar content of the drink. c. An increaseSugarContent method that allow us to increase the sugar content by a particular integer amount. For example, if p is a concrete class that extends Drink, then we should be able to call increaseSugarContent as follows: p.increaseSugarContent(10).increaseSugarContent(20); d. An abstract method named getIngredients which returns a string with the drink's ingredients. 4. Define a Concrete class named Popsi (yes, o not e ) which extends the Drink class above. A Popsi has as ingredients s...

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