Here is the problem:

Write an application that inputs three integers from the user and displays the sum, average, product, smallest, and largest of the numbers.Note: Calculation of average in this exercise should result in an integer representation of average without repeating decimals.

Here is my code:

//Exercise 2.17 from Deitel // Write an application that inputs three integers and displays sum, average, product, smallest, and largest of numbers //Average calculations should not have a repeating decimal import java.util.Scanner; //Java utilities package import statement public class Average { //main method for application public static void main (String [] args) { Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in); //Scanner input from user int number1, number2, number3, sum, average, product, smallest, largest; System.out.print( "Enter the first integer: " ); //prompt for number1 number1 = input.nextInt(); System.out.print( "Enter the second integer: " ); //prompt for number2 number2 = input.nextInt(); System.out.print( "Enter the third integer: " ); //prompt for number3 number3 = input.nextInt(); sum = number1 + number2 + number3; average = (number1 + number2 + number3) / 3; product = number1 * number2 * number3; System.out.printf( "Sum = %d \nAverage = %d \nProduct = %d \n", sum, average, product ); if (number1 < number2 && number1 < number3) //if number1 is smallest System.out.println( number1 + " is smallest"); if (number2 < number1 && number2 < number3) //if number 2 is smallest System.out.println( number2 + " is smallest"); if (number3 < number1 && number3 < number2) //if number3 is smallest System.out.println( number3 + " is smallest"); if (number1 > number2 && number1 > number3) //if number1 is largest System.out.println( number1 + " is largest"); if (number2 > number1 && number2 > number3) //if number 2 is largest System.out.println( number2 + " is largest"); if (number3 > number1 && number3 > number2) //if number3 is largest System.out.println( number3 + " is largest"); } //end main method } //end Average class

When I run the program with smaller numbers like 60, 30, 50 then the program runs fine. Once

I start entering 349284, 409823409, 123980128 as my integers then I get a negative product. I wish I could provide the cut off point for when I start seeing the negative product printed but I don't actually know. I tested 100,000 for all three integers and the product was negative again so I'm assuming anything greater than 100,000.

This maybe silly question but please let me know if I'm doing something wrong. Thanks!!

Also! I'm new please let me know if this question should be posted in a different section or on a different forum in general.