Programming Project, JAVA Programming

Design and implement a class called Sphere that contains instance data that represents the sphere''s diameter, and include getter and setter methods for the diameter. Include methods that calculate and return the volume and surface area of the sphere. include a toString method that returns a one-liner description of the sphere. Create a driver class called multiSphere whose main method instantiates and updates several Sphere objects
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