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Help Session – CS1 – Townsend 1. Write a method named arithmetic that has three parameters: The first parameter is a character variable called operation The second parameter is an integer called num1 The third parameter is an integer called num2 The method uses the first parameter to determine the arithmetic operation to be performed on the second and third parameters. The result is printed on the monitor, when the method is invoked. The only legal values that can be used as parameters, when the method is invoked are: '+', '-', '*', '/', '%'. Any other character value will cause "illegal operation" to be printed instead. For example, if arithmetic('+', 2, 3) is called, then 5 is printed. On the other hand, if arithmetic('*', 3, 2) is called, then 6 is printed. public void arithmetic(char operation, int num1, int num2) { if (operation == '+') { System.out.println(num1 + num2); } else if (operation == '-') { System.out.println(num1 - num2); ] ] else if (operation == '*') { System.out.println(num1 * num2); } else if (operation == '/') { System.out.println(num1 / num2);
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