I'm new to java and trying to be self taught which is proving more and more difficult.

This is the question,

Add an extra CASE that will raise the inputted value to the inputted exponent, using Math.pow (Case E is my extra case)

I truly don't know what its asking for

import java.util.Scanner; public class Arithmetic{ public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println("Make your arithmetic selection from the choices below:\n"); System.out.println(" A. Addition"); System.out.println(" S. Subtraction"); System.out.println(" M. Multiplication"); System.out.println(" D. Division\n"); System.out.print(" Your choice? "); Scanner kbReader = new Scanner(System.in); String choice = kbReader.nextLine( ); //char ch = choice; //You would think this would work…but it doesn’t. char ch = choice.charAt(0); //you just learned another String method. System.out.print("\nEnter first operand. " ); double op1 = kbReader.nextDouble( ); System.out.print("\nEnter second operand." ); double op2 = kbReader.nextDouble( ); System.out.println(" "); switch (ch) { case 'A': //addition case 'a': //Notice we are providing for both capital A and little a. System.out.println(op1 + " plus " + op2 + " = " + (op1 + op2) ); break; case 'S': //subtraction case 's': System.out.println(op1 + " minus " + op2 + " = " + (op1 - op2) ); break; case 'M': //multiplication case 'm': System.out.println(op1 + " times " + op2 + " = " + (op1 * op2) ); break; case 'D': //division case 'd': System.out.println(op1 + " divided by " + op2 + " = " + (op1 / op2) ); break; case 'E': // Math.pow case 'e': System.out.println("pow(" + op1 + ", " + op2 + ") is " + Math.pow(op1, op2)); break; default: System.out.println("Hey dummy, enter only a A, S, M, or D!"); } } }