Part A. P2.7 from your textbook, but start with a color that has red, green, and blue values of 60, 70, and 80. Then apply the brighter method three times.

Draft: Just construct the color and print its redness, by invoking the getRed method.

Put your work in a class Homework2A.

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Part B. P2.8 from your textbook, as modified in part A. That is, start with a color that has red, green, and blue values of 60, 70, and 80. Then apply the brighter method three times.

Draft: Set myColor to new Color(60, 70, 80). That's the easiest 2 points you'll ever get.

Put your work in a class BrighterDemo.

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Part C.

Using the Day class of Worked Example 1, write a program that generates a Day object representing January 1, February 28, and December 31 of this year. Advance each object by one day, and print each object. Also print the expected values:

2012-01-02
Expected: 2012-01-02
 ...

Draft: Just print out the object representing January of this year and its expected value.

You will find Worked Example 1 by following the link on the top of the course page.

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You submit three Java files to Canvas:

Note that you must submit to Canvas. netbrat is anonymous and has no connection to the gradebook.