# Herbert’s Home Repair estimates each job cost as the cost of materials plus \$35 per hour while on the job, plus \$12 per hour for travel time to the job site. The main() method prompts the user for the name of a job (for example, Smith bathroom remodel), the cost of materials, the number of hours of work required, and the number of hours travel time. Pass the numeric data to a method that computes an estimate for the job and returns the computed value to the main() method which displays the job name and estimated price.

Question

Herbert’s Home Repair estimates each job cost as the cost of materials plus \$35 per hour while on the job, plus \$12 per hour for travel time to the job site.

The main() method prompts the user for the name of a job (for example, Smith bathroom remodel), the cost of materials, the number of hours of work required, and the number of hours travel time.

Pass the numeric data to a method that computes an estimate for the job and returns the computed value to the main() method which displays the job name and estimated price.

import java.util.Scanner;
class JobPricing {
public static void main(String[] args) {
String description;
double materials;
double hoursOnJob;
double hoursTraveling;
double price;
Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
System.out.print("Enter job description >> ");
description = input.nextLine();
System.out.print("Enter cost of materials >> ");
materials = input.nextDouble();
System.out.print("Enter hours on the job work >> ");
hoursOnJob = input.nextDouble();
System.out.print("Enter hours traveling >> ");
hoursTraveling = input.nextDouble();
price = computePrice(materials, hoursOnJob, hoursTraveling);
System.out.println("The price for " + description +
" is \$" + price);
}

public static double computePrice(double materials, double hours, double travel) {
// Write your code here
}
}