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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript Getters and Setters Reviewing Getters and Setters

The name of a setter method cannot be equal to the name of an existing property.

Why is the answer false? I thought that for a setter method, you had to also write a get method for it. Would they not have the same name? Or, I guess, would both be considered as one property?