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Can Cann

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Help me please for homework Posted: Nov 4, 2012 11:11 AM
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Representation of an object depends
heavily on its use. Below is the UML diagram of a Car class that will be used
by a car dealer. For each car, our dealer stores the following information:
(1) the date (availableSince) this car was placed on the lot, (2) a Boolean
variable (isNew) indicating whether the car is new or second-hand, (3) the
price tag on a new model (newPrice), and (4) a unique identifier (carID).
The dealer determines the selling price of a car using the following
function: if the car is new, it has to be sold at the newPrice. Otherwise,
the price of a (second-hand) car is reduced in proportion to the duration of
time the car stayed on the lot. At Date d, this price is calculated as
depreciated Price(d)=1/millisOnLot(d.availableSciene)

I could not do anything for that question just help me please


Can Cann

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Re: Help me please for homework Posted: Nov 4, 2012 11:13 AM
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Here is the UML diagram;

Car
-----------------------
availableSince : Date
isNew : boolean
newPrice : double
carID : int
------------------------
Car(p : double)
Car(p : double, newFlag : boolean)
depreciatedPrice (Date d) : double
millisOnLot (d1 : Date, d2 : Date) : long

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