Use RANDOM object to produce two positive one-digit integers.
The program should then prompt the user with a question such as:
–How much is 6 times 7?
Student inputs the answer. Program checks the answer.
–If correct, display message “very good” and asks another multiplication question.
–If incorrect, display message “No. Try again”; try the same questions repeatedly until it is right.
—Call this method once when application begins execution and each time the user answers correctly.
Insert three (3) more comments for correct and wrong answers using the SWITCH statement.
Count the number of correct/wrong responses typed by the student. After 10 answers, calculate the percentage
That are correct and provide a comment. Do the same for the wrong answers THEN reset the program.
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