When you work with angle measurements, you often want them normalized or converted into the range between 0 . . . 359 degrees. Complete the program below, named Angles.java, so that it reads an angle of any size (positive or negative) and normalizes it. For example, the input of 380 should print 20, and the input of -30 should print 330.

Complete the following file:

Angles.java

import java.util.Scanner; /** A program that reads in an angle of any size (positive or negative), normalizes it, and prints it out. For example, the input of 380 should print 20, and the input of -30 should return 330. All variables should be of type int. */ public class Angles { public static void main (String[] args) { // Display prompt for degrees of angle System.out.print("Please enter the number of degrees of angle: "); // Read angle in degrees Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); int angle = in.nextInt(); // Compute normalized value of angle // Your work here // Print out the normalized value of the angle System.out.println(normalized); } }