part ii convert the if else if code block to a switch statement to solve the problem 5153068

Part II Convert the if-else-if code block to a switch statement to solve the problem. Use modulus and/or integer division to convert the grade input so that the range of grades are converted to one value. All other requirements from Part I are still required for part two. Use the same inputs and the outputs should remain the same. Part III Write a paragraph describing why you should not use if statements alone to solve part I and why using if-else-if statements is a better technique. Think about the differences between these two selection structures and why the latter might be preferred for this particular solution. Part IV Section 3.15 in your zyBook says, “Strings are considered immutable, meaning they cannot be changed.” Do a little research on what this means and on how Strings are handled in memory in Java. Using words and/or a diagram, explain what you've learned and why strings are immutable.

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