The speed of sound depends on the material the sound is passingthrough. Below is the approximate speed of sound (in feet persecond) for air, water and steel: •air: 1,100 feet per second•water: 4,900 feet per second •steel: 16,400 feet per second Writea program class TheSpeedOfSound that asks the user to enter “air”,“water”, or “steel”, and the distance that a sound wave will travelin the medium. The program should then display the amount of timeit will take. You can calculate the amount of time it takes soundto travel in air with the following formula: time = distance/1,100You can calculate the amount of time it takes sound to travel inwatert with the following formula: time = distance/4,900 You cancalculate the amount of time it takes sound to travel in steel withthe following formula: time = distance/16,400 Prompts And Output .The program prompts for the medium with: “Enter one of thefollowing: air, water, or steel: ” and reads the medium. If themedium is not air, water or steel the program prints the message :”Sorry, you must enter air, water, or steel.” an nothing else.Otherwise the program prompts for the distance with (“Enter thedistance the sound wave will travel: ” and reads it in and thenprints “It will take x seconds.” where x is the time calculated byyour program . Has to be for JAVA