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is it 0.75%?

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0.75%?

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I'm sorry, I can't help you with this. If you don't even know how to represent 7.5% as a decimal value, there isn't much I can do.

For what it is worth 1% is .01 right, 7% is .07 right? So 7.5% is .075 right?

Good luck.

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explains why im asking for help but anyway ill find people that wanna help

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How far are you? Have you completed the first task of creating the constructor? Also, please use [Code] tags when you are giving us code. Makes it easier to read.

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im struggling with the whole thing but apparently im an idiot and i just dont know how to do it

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Let's tackle the first part. You need to create a constructor, that defines how the class is created. You need to have it take three arguments. How would you go about doing that? Remember your code tags please.

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well i think to declare a constructor i write

Investment i1 = new Investment

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You need to actually code the constructor itself. The statement you wrote creates a new instance of that class, but to do that you need a constructor inside the class.

Java Code:
`Investment(double mthlyInvest, double rate, double time)`

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mmm i seee, okay so then i put the values in

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Sorry, you're not going to like this advice, but from your posts above, it doesn't appear that you are stupid but rather that you've not read and studied your notes or text yet, and that's what is making it so hard for us to be able to help you. I think that you should do that or the intro to Java tutorials that have already been linked to first. Otherwise this is going to be one long, hard and frustrating slog for you and for us.

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ok sorry guys posted on the wrong forum, i didnt realise u guys were so smart i need a more baby style forum good luck guys

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ok sorry guys posted on the wrong forum, i didnt realise u guys were so smart i need a more baby style forum good luck guys
No, you need to put in some work first as you can't learn programming without this. Learning programming is a lot like learning math. We can't teach you multiplication if you don't know addition. Read the books and tutorials, learn some basics, then we'll be able to help you better.

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thats why i asked cause i find programming very difficult

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Originally Posted by MichaelF144
thats why i asked cause i find programming very difficult
It's difficult. It's not necessarily the way we usually think, you have to learn it. Understand the basics. I, and others, are willing to help but you need to have a basic understanding first.

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