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Hello, I was assigned to create an assertEquals method that included (double x, double y, double epsilon). I thought I set it up right, but every time I run it through the tester I am getting an error. If anyone has input on how to fix this problem it is much appreciated. Thank you.

 
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What error are you getting?
 
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…and why are you using a Throwable?
 
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If you are creating a Throwable solely to get a stack trace printed to the console then you may want to look at Thread.dumpStack() instead.

Personally I don't like to see empty if statement code blocks with completed else statement code blocks. If code is only required for the else condition then change the if statement to
 
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