# Java Assignment 10 - Pseudo Polygons

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In elementary mathematics of 2-dimensions, each point on the plane (or paper or screen, if you like) can be represented by a pair of numbers, (x, y), where x tells you the horizontal location of the point and y tells you the vertical location. The values are relative to some "origin" (0,0). So (3.1, 0) is the point 3.1 units to the right of the origin, and (-3.6, 5) is the point 3.6 units to the leftof the origin and 5 units above it. This allows us to label every point in the plane with a unique (x,y) coordinate pair. The two numbers, x and y, are called the coordinates of the point. Create a class called Point that has the following private members: float x - the x-coordinate of the point. float y - the y-coordinate of the point. Point should also contain private static float MIN_VAL and MAX_VAL - which are initialized to -10.0 and +10.0, respectively. These will represent the legal range of both the x and y coordinates for all Points in the class. It is important that these be static

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/** * Created by poope on 16-Jul-14. */public class Foothill { public static void main(String args[]) { System.out.println("*** Setting the points range to -10 - 20"); Point.setRange(-10, 20); System.out.println("*** Testing the point class now for 10, 15"); Point p1 = new Point(10, 15); System.out.println("*** Testing the point class now for -11, 15"); Point p2 = new Point(-11, 15); System.out.println("*** Testing the point class now for -4, 25"); Point p3 = new Point(-4, 25); System.out.println("** Creating three polygon instances"); Polygon polygon1 = new Polygon(3, new float[]{-5, 0, 10}, new float[]{-1, 1, 11}); Polygon polygon2 = new Polygon(4, new float[]{-6, 1, 11, 12, 13}, new float[]{-2, 2, 12, 12, 15}); Polygon polygon3 = new Polygon(); polygon3.setPoints(5, new float[]{-7, 2, 12, 4, 6}, new float[]{-3, 3, 13, 10, 20}); System.out.println("** Showing the 3 polygon instances"); polygon1.showPolygon(); polygon2.showPolygon(); polygon3.showPolygon(); System.out.println("** Modifying the 3 pol

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