CS173: Intro to Computer Science - Introduction to Conditionals (3 Points)

Developed by Professor Tralie and Professor Mongan.

Exercise Goals

The goals of this exercise are:
  1. To use compound conditionals
Modify the GradePrinter.java file to print the letter grade earned for a given final grade using an if statement, using our syllabus letter grade table.

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public class GradePrinter { public static void printGrade(double grade) { /* TODO: fill this in by printing the letter grade For example, if the grade is 92, you should: System.out.println("A-"); You can assume that the grade variable contains the number grade you're checking. */ } }


public class Driver { public static void main(String[] args) { GradePrinter.printGrade(89.75); GradePrinter.printGrade(96.9); GradePrinter.printGrade(82.99); } }