# CSCI 202 Homework 8

## Rules of submission

This assignment must be submitted to the Moodle submission page for Homework 8 by 11:00 PM on Friday, 22 March.

Your submission must contain two classes `Point1080` and `ManyPoints` that contain the methods described below.

## Getting started

In Lab 9 you wrote a program for a class `Point1080`, and in Lab 10 you wrote two methods `randomPoints` and `averagePoint` in a class `ManyPoints` that used arrays of `Point1080` objects.

If you don’t have `Point1080`, `randomPoints` and `averagePoint` written, you need to do that now. Be sure they are all in the `edu.unca.cs.csci202` package.

Add one more method, `manySmallSquares`, which receives a positive integer parameter n and returns an n×2 array of `Point1080` objects which represents n small squares, randomly distibuted across the 1920×1080 grid and each of size 10
`littleBoxes = manySmallSquares(100) ;`
This should return a 100×2 array. The i’th box is represented by `littleBoxes[`i`][0]` and `littleBoxes[`i`][1]`. `littleBoxes[`i`][0]` should be the vertex of the upper-left corner of the box, and `littleBoxes[`i`][1]` should be the vertex of the lower-right corner. Each box is 10×10. This means that the x and y co-ordinates of the lower-right corner are 10 more than those of the upper-left corner. This restriction is certainly artificial, but it does make the programming easier.
So why not just call `randomPoints` and then add 10 to the x and y co-ordinates of each point of the returned array? The only problem is that, after the addition of 10, some of those points would fall off the grid. However, it wouldn’t be hard to change the range of the random variables.