Java patterns question

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I need assistance with the following:

1. Write an empty method (skip anything in the method body) named 'standardDeviation' which takes an array of double values named 'observations' and an int variable named 'size' as parameters and return a double typed value.

2. Write a multi-way branch control structure using either switch or if-else if-else statements to handle a user input (char type) called 'userChoice', call methods named 'commandA', 'commandB', 'commendC' when userChoice equals 'a', 'b', 'c' respectively.

3. Write a class named 'JustHoldDataClass'. Define three instance variables 'field1' (int), 'field2' (double), 'name' (String) the class as well as the corresponding accessors and mutators of all three instance variables.

4. Write a class named 'JustHoldDataClassRunner' which only have one main method. In the main method, make an instance of the JustHoldDataClass and call accessors to set field1 to 10, field 2 to 2.0 and name to "John Smith". Finally, print a message "Good bye, John Smith!". Make sure the "John Smith" in the message is from the name field, not hard coded.

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