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**HW_5_1.cpp/exe**) Write a**Point, Square, Cube**program. Do this with inheritance much like we did the Point, Circle, Cylinder example in class. You need to provide*at least*as many member functions within each class as to gain the complete functionality we saw in class (e.g., printing objects of each type, interface methods for setting/getting private members, coordinates, areas, volume computation tools, etc.) We have the following basic inheritance relationships betweeen the three data types:**Point <-- Square <-- Cube**, in other words,**Square**extends**Point**and**Cube**objects extend**Squares**.

**Sample Run:**

%> This program illustrates the use of class-extensions, inheritance and polymorphism with the objects:**Point <-- Square <-- Cube**

%> The default settings are:**X coordinate is 12**,**Y coordinate is 23**and**Size of 2.5**

%> The**Cube**printed as a**Point**is:[12,23]

%> The**Cube**printed as a**Square**is: Center =[12,23];Size =2.5 units

%> The area of the**Square**is 6.25 units^{2}. The surface area of the**Cube**is 37.5 units^{2}. The volume of the**Cube**is 15.625 units^{3}

%> Would you like to enter a new set of parameters (Y/N)?

%> Y

%> Enter**X**and**Y**coordinates as integers and**Size**as a double, in that order.

%> 2 3 4.0

%> You entered:**X coordinate is 2**,**Y coordinate is 3**and**Size of 4.0**

%> The**Cube**printed as a**Point**is:[2,3]

%> The**Cube**printed as a**Square**is: Center =[2,3];Size =4.0 units

%> The area of the**Square**is 16 units^{2}. The surface area of the**Cube**is 96.0 units^{2}. The volume of the**Cube**is 64.0 units^{3}

%> Would you like to enter a new set of parameters (Y/N)?

%> N

%> Bye!