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Assignment 3 Reading: 1. Read the power point presentation for chapter 3. 2. Read Chapter 3 of your textbook 3. Take Chapter 3 Quiz by the due date. Programming Assignment: 4. Write a Java program that reads in a list of nonnegative integers one at a time until user signals the end of the input by entering a sentinel value (see note below). Your program then will output The number of input integers. If the number of input integers is larger than 0 then, display to the screen 1. The number of input integers (count). 2. The largest integer. 3. The smallest integer. 4. The average of all the input integers. else, tell the user that she/he did not enter anything. Your output should look exactly like the following. For the xxxx numbers you entered the largest value = xxxx the smallest value = xxxx and the average is = xxx.xx Design an output statement if user does not enter any number. 2. Note: The end of the input is indicated by the user entering a negative sentinel value.

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