Sample Output

``````Original Polyhedra
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[Sphere] (2, 2, 2)->Radius: 1 Diameter: 2
[Cylinder] (2, 2, 2)->Radius: 1 Height: 2
[Sphere] (8, 8, 8)->Radius: 4 Diameter: 8
[Cylinder] (6, 6, 2)->Radius: 3 Height: 2
[Composite] (14, 14, 14)->3 polyhedra
[Sphere] (6, 6, 6)->Radius: 3 Diameter: 6
[Sphere] (10, 10, 10)->Radius: 5 Diameter: 10
[Sphere] (14, 14, 14)->Radius: 7 Diameter: 14

[Composite] (10, 10, 10)->2 polyhedra
[Cylinder] (4, 4, 1)->Radius: 2 Height: 1
[Sphere] (10, 10, 10)->Radius: 5 Diameter: 10

[Sphere] (6, 6, 6)->Radius: 3 Diameter: 6

Scaled Polyhedra (Clones)
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[Sphere] (4, 4, 4)->Radius: 2 Diameter: 4
[Cylinder] (4, 4, 4)->Radius: 2 Height: 4
[Sphere] (16, 16, 16)->Radius: 8 Diameter: 16
[Cylinder] (12, 12, 4)->Radius: 6 Height: 4
[Composite] (28, 28, 28)->3 polyhedra
[Sphere] (12, 12, 12)->Radius: 6 Diameter: 12
[Sphere] (20, 20, 20)->Radius: 10 Diameter: 20
[Sphere] (28, 28, 28)->Radius: 14 Diameter: 28

[Composite] (20, 20, 20)->2 polyhedra
[Cylinder] (8, 8, 2)->Radius: 4 Height: 2
[Sphere] (20, 20, 20)->Radius: 10 Diameter: 20

[Sphere] (12, 12, 12)->Radius: 6 Diameter: 12``````

1. Acquire complete versions of `Cylinder.h` and `Cylinder.cpp` from Part 1. You may use my Part 1 solution, or your own solution.
1. Complete `add`, `display`, and `scale` functions for Composite.
2. Complete the Big-3 for `Composite`
• Note that the Composite::allPolyhedra attribute, is a `vector` of pointers (`std::vector<Polyhedron*>`).
• I was feeling generous and provided you the `Composite::operator=` method (I used the copy-and-swap idiom). This leaves you with the Copy Constructor and Destructor (2 of the Big-3).