# Distance converter

## The problem

Write a program that asks the user to enter a distance in meters. The program will then present the following menu of selections:

1. Convert to kilometers
2. Convert to inches
3. Convert to feet
4. Quit the program

The program will convert the distance to kilometers, inches, or feet, depending on the user’s selection. Here are the specific requirements:

1. Write a method named calculateKilometers, which accepts the number of meters as an argument. The method should return the argument converted to kilometers. Convert the meters to kilometers using the following formula: `kilometers = meters * 0.001`
2. Write a method named calculateInches, which accepts the number of meters as an argument. The method should retrun the argument converted to inches, Convert the meters to inches using the following formula: `inches = meters * 39.37`
3. Write a method named calculateFeet, which accepts the number of meters as an argument. The method should return the argument converted to feet. Convert the meters to feet using the following formula:`feet = meters * 3.281`
4. Write a method named menu that returns a list of menu of selections. This method should not accept any arguments.
5. The program should continue to display the menu until the user enters 4 to quit the program.
6. If the user selects an invalid choice from the menu, the program should display an error message.

## Level Up

1. Adjust the program so it doesn't accept negative numbers for the distance in meters.
2. Format numbers in output

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