1. List possible objects in the registration system, including their attributes and methods.
2. Identify possible use cases and actors.
3. Create a use case diagram that shows how students register.
4. Create a state transition diagram that describes typical student states and how they change based on specific actions and events.

Oakwood Community College has a student registration process similar to the one at your school. The administration asked you, as IT director, to develop a new system that would be more user-friendly. Your first task is to create an object-oriented model of the current system. You can use your school’s registration process as the basis for the model.

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