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Please take a look at this code and help with the compile error

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I have two classes but the Multilateration class will not compile because of compile error
ompiling 1 source file to C:\Users\Justin\Documents\NetBeansProjects\JavaApplication2\build\classes
C:\Users\Justin\Documents\NetBeansProjects\JavaApplication2\src\Multilateration.java:9: non-static method getValue(int) cannot be referenced from a static context
                double ti = OrgData.getValue(sel), tk = OrgData.getValue(sel+1), tj = OrgData.getValue(sel+2), tl = OrgData.getValue(sel+3);
                                   ^
C:\Users\Justin\Documents\NetBeansProjects\JavaApplication2\src\Multilateration.java:9: non-static method getValue(int) cannot be referenced from a static context
                double ti = OrgData.getValue(sel), tk = OrgData.getValue(sel+1), tj = OrgData.getValue(sel+2), tl = OrgData.getValue(sel+3);
                                                               ^
C:\Users\Justin\Documents\NetBeansProjects\JavaApplication2\src\Multilateration.java:9: non-static method getValue(int) cannot be referenced from a static context
                double ti = OrgData.getValue(sel), tk = OrgData.getValue(sel+1), tj = OrgData.getValue(sel+2), tl = OrgData.getValue(sel+3);
                                                                                             ^
C:\Users\Justin\Documents\NetBeansProjects\JavaApplication2\src\Multilateration.java:9: non-static method getValue(int) cannot be referenced from a static context
                double ti = OrgData.getValue(sel), tk = OrgData.getValue(sel+1), tj = OrgData.getValue(sel+2), tl = OrgData.getValue(sel+3);
                                                                                                                           ^
4 errors

The Orgdata class compiles fine.

The Multilateration class invokes the getValue method of Orgdata which accesses a simple mysql database and gets the three time values with respect to the rNum which is just an incrementer used to locate the values in the database.

Can someone please have a look
import java.lang.Math;
 
public class Multilateration {
	
	 
       	void calcCord(int sel) {	
            
         
		double ti = OrgData.getValue(sel), tk = OrgData.getValue(sel+1), tj = OrgData.getValue(sel+2), tl = OrgData.getValue(sel+3);
		double xi = -8, xk = 15338349, xj = 0, xl = 2656680;
		double yi = 21482069, yk = 15338349, yj = 6380000, yl = 0;
		double zi = 3683495, zk = 15338349, zj = 25789348, zl=0;
		
		double xji=xj-xi; double xki=xk-xi; double xjk=xj-xk; double xlk = xl-xk;
		double xik=xi=xk; double yji=yj-yi; double yki=yk-yi; double yjk=yj-yk;
		double ylk=yl-yk; double yik=yi-yk; double zji=zj-zi; double zki=zk-zi;
		double zik=zi-zk; double zjk=zj-zk; double zlk=zk;
		
		double rij=Math.abs((10*(ti-tj))/33); double rik=Math.abs((10*(ti-tk))/33);
		double rkj=Math.abs((10*(tk-tj))/33); double rkl=Math.abs((10*(tk-tl))/33);
		
		double s9=rik*xji-rij*xki; double s10=rij*yki-rik*yji; double s11=rik*zji-rij*zki;
		double s12=(rik*(rij*rij+xi*xi-xj*xj+yi*yi-yi*yj+zi*zi-zj*zj)
			   -rij*(rik*rik+xi*xi-xk*xk+yi*yi-yk*yk+zi*zi-zk*zk))/2;
			   
		double s13=rkl*xjk-rkj*xlk; double s14=rkj*ylk-rkl*yjk; double s15=rkl*zjk-rkj*zlk;
		double s16=(rkl*(rkj*rkj+xk*xk-xj*xj+yk*yk+zk*zk-zj*zj)
			-rkj*(rkl*rkl+xk*xk-xl*xl+yk*yk-yl*yl+zk*zk-zl*zl))/2;
			
		double a=s9/s10; double b=s11/s10; double c=s12/s10; double d=s13/s14;
		double e=s15/s14; double f=s16/s14; double g=(e-b)/(a-d); double h=(f-c)/(a-d);
		double i=(a*g)+b; double j=(a*h)+c;
		double k=rik*rik+xi*xi-xk*xk+yi*yi-yk*yk+zi-zk*zk+2*j*yki;
		double l=2*(g*xki+i*yki+zki);
		double m=4*rik*rik*(g*g+i*i+l)-l*l;
		double n=8*rik*rik*(g*(xi-h)+i*(yi-j)+zi)+2*l*k;
		double o=4*rik*rik*((xi-h)*(xi-h)+(yi-j)*(yi-j)+zi*zi)-k*k;
		double s28=n/(2*m); double s29=(o/m); double s30=(s28*s28)-s29;
		double root=Math.sqrt(s30); 
		System.out.println();
		int z1=(int)(s28+root); System.out.println("z = "+ z1 + "\n");
		int z2=(int)(s28-root); // System.out.println("z1 = "+z2+"\n");
		int x1=(int)(g*z1+h); System.out.println("x = "+x1+"\n");
		int x2=(int)(g*z2+h); // System.out.println("x2 = "+x2 +"\n");
		int y1=(int)(a*x1+b*z1+c); System.out.println("y = " + y1 + "\n");
		int y2=(int)(a*x2+b*z2+c); // System.out.println("y2 = " +y2 + "\n");
	}
			
	}
	
 
import java.sql.Connection;
import java.sql.DriverManager;
import java.sql.ResultSet;
import java.sql.SQLException;
import java.sql.Statement;
 
public class OrgData {
 
      int a, b;
 
      final String JDBC_DRIVER = "com.mysql.jdbc.Driver";
      final String DATABASE_URL = "jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/rfiddata";
      Connection connection = null; // manages connection
      
      int getValue(int rNum) {
            try {
                  Class.forName(JDBC_DRIVER); // load database driver class
 
                  // establish connection to database
                 connection = DriverManager.getConnection(DATABASE_URL, "root", "");
 
                  // create Statement for querying database
                  Statement statement = connection.createStatement();
                  ResultSet rs1 = statement.executeQuery("select time from rfid where rnum=sel");
                  a = rs1.getInt("time");
                  return a;
 
            } // end try
            catch (SQLException sqlException) {
                  sqlException.printStackTrace();
                  System.exit(1);
            } // end catch
 
            catch (ClassNotFoundException classNotFound) {
                  classNotFound.printStackTrace();
                  System.exit(1);
            } // end catch
            finally // ensure statement and connection are closed properly
            {
                  try {
 
                        connection.close();
                  } // end try
                  catch (Exception exception) {
                        exception.printStackTrace();
                        System.exit(1);
                  } // end catch
            } // end finally
          return 0;
  } // end main
 
 
}// end class
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