Overview:you will be analyzing the cumulative summing, the different number of parameters that can be passed to a method, and the design methods with no parameters.Instructions:Answer the following questions:1. Describe how you create and use a method with multiple parameters.2. Explain what happens when you call a method and the method ends.3. Discuss the cumulative summing relationship.4. List the four things you need to know when you call a method from a program or other method.. Modularized furniture comes with sections that can be assembled in a variety of configurations. What other everyday items are modularized?6. As a professional programmer, you might never write an entire program. Instead, you might be asked to write specific modules that are destined to become part of a larger system.Is this appealing to you?Requirements:• Show your work in a Word document.o Include all your work for each question.o You can include screenshots of work done on paper.• For all justification exercises, remember to use the definitions and principles that we have learned thus far.• You must prepare a written work where you respond to the programming exercises. The work must comply with APA academic writing standards. You must support your answer using appropriate sources that are properly cited.• Minimum four pages in length, excluding the Title and Reference page. APA format, including an in-text citation for referenced works.• At least three resources.