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Write an application named UseInsurance that uses an abstract Insurance class and Health and Life subclasses to display different types of insurance policies and the cost per month. The Insurance class contains a String representing the type of insurance and a double that holds the monthly price. The Insurance class constructor requires a String argument indicating the type of insurance, but the Life and Health class constructors require no arguments. The Insurance class contains a get method for each field; it also contains two abstract methods named setCost() and display(). The Life class setCost() method sets the monthly fee to $36, and the Health class sets the monthly fee to $196. Write an application named UseInsurance that prompts the user for the type of insurance to be displayed, and then create the appropriate object. Save the files as Life.java, Health.java, Insurance.java,andUseInsurance.java.

Write an application named UseInsurance that uses an abstract Insurance class and Health and Life subclasses to display different types of insurance policies and the cost per month. The Insurance class contains a String representing the type of insurance and a double that holds the monthly price. The Insurance class constructor requires a String argument indicating the type of insurance, but the Life and Health class constructors require no arguments. The Insurance class contains a get method for each field; it also contains two abstract methods named setCost() and display(). The Life class setCost() method sets the monthly fee to $36, and the Health class sets the monthly fee to $196. Write an application named UseInsurance that prompts the user for the type of insurance to be displayed, and then create the appropriate object. Save the files as Life.java, Health.java, Insurance.java,andUseInsurance.java.