Lawn Mowing Java Assignment
Write a java console application for a lawn-mowing service for N lawns. N should be declared as a constant and it should be equal to the largest digit of your student ID number (e.g. if your ID number is S143261 then N should be equal to 6 and you can declare it as final int N=6). The weekly fee for mowing a lawn is shown below in Table 1.
Table 1. Weekly Fee for Lawn Mowing
Weekly Fee ($)
Lawn under 500 square meter
500 square meter or more but under 900 square meter
900 square meter or more but under 1500 square meter
1500 square meter or over
The application should ask the user to enter the area for each lawn (total N lawns) and calculate the weekly fee for lawn mowing. The application should display the fee for each lawn as shown in the example below. At the end of the Nth lawn, the details such as total weekly fee, lowest weekly fee, highest weekly fee, and lawn number with highest monthly fee should be displayed. The lowest fee is calculated by finding the lowest value from weekly fee for N lawns. The highest monthly fee is calculated by finding the highest value from weekly fee for N lawns. The average lawn moving fee is calculated by dividing the total weekly fee with the total number of lawns. The monthly fee is calculated by multiplying the weekly fee by 4.
Example for N=4
Enter the area for lawn 1: 450
The weekly fee for lawn 1 is $40
Enter the area for lawn 2: 600
The weekly fee for lawn 2 is $60
Enter the area for lawn 3: 1200
The weekly fee for lawn 3 is $75
Enter the area for lawn 4: 3000
The weekly fee for lawn 4 is $100
Total weekly lawn mowing fee: $275
Lowest weekly lawn mowing fee: $40
Highest weekly lawn mowing fee: $100
Average weekly lawn mowing fee: $68.75
Lawn number with highest monthly fee: 4
Your application is to follow the same format for input and output as in the example above, but with customised welcome and exit messages.