Write a Temperature class that has two instance variables: a temperature value (a double) and a type that indicates whether the temperature represents degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. For example, if the temperature value is 0, this either means that the temperature is at the freezing point of water (0 degrees Celcius), or quite a bit colder (32 degrees F below the freezing point). You are free to choose how to represent the type (boolean, char, int, etc.) Also define the following four constructor methods, one for each instance variable (assume 0 degrees if no value is specified and Celcius if no type is specified), one with two parameters for the two instance variables, and a default constructor (set to 0 degrees). Include: (1) two accessor methods to read the temperature (one to read the degrees C, the other to read the degrees F). Here are the applicable formulas: degreesC = 5(degreesF - 32/9 and degreesF = (9(degreesC)/5 + 32. (2) three set methods (one to set the value, one to set the type and one to set both). (3) three comparison methods, one to test if two temperatures are equal, one to , one to test if one temperature is greater than another, and one to test if one temperature is less than another.
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