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Write a method called Grade that takes a numeric score and returns a letter grade. Use the rule that 90 to100 is an A, 80 to 89 a B, 60 to 79 is a C, 45 to 59 is a D, and less than 45 is an F. Test the function for different scores with a main program.
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