Complete the program below, named ConvertTemp.java, so that it reads in a temperature in degrees Fahenheit and converts it to the equivalent temperature in Celsius and also the equivalent temperature in Kelvin.

The two formulas you need are provided here:
      Fahrenheit to Celsius: C = (5/9)(F - 32.0)
      Celsius to Kelvin: K = C + 273.0
where
      F refers to the Farhenheit temperature,
      C refers to the Celsius temperature, and
      K refers to the Kelvin temperature.
For example, if the input is F = 68.0 degrees Fahrenheit, then the conversions should show that C = 20.0 degrees Celsius and K = 293.0 degrees Kelvin. The output of the program should appear as follows:

   Please enter the temperature in degrees Farhenheit:  68.0
   Celsius:   20.0
   Kelvin:   293.0

Notice that there are a number of constants in the formulas above. All variables and constants should be of type double.

Complete the following file:

ConvertTemp.java

import java.util.Scanner; /** A program that reads in a temperature in degrees Fahenheit and converts it to the equivalent temperature in Celsius and also the equivalent temperature in Kelvin. For example, if the input is F = 68.0 degrees Fahrenheit, then the conversions should show that C = 20.0 degrees Celsius and K = 293.0 degrees Kelvin. */ public class ConvertTemp { public static void main (String[] args) { // Define constants // Your work here // Display prompt for temperature in degrees Farhenheit System.out.print("Please enter the temperature "); System.out.print("in degrees Farhenheit: "); // Read Fahrenheit temperature Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); double fahrenheit = in.nextDouble(); // Compute Celsius and Kelvin equivalents // Your work here // Print out equivalents System.out.println(celsius); System.out.println(kelvin); } }