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Problem Analysis Background: In the game "Rock, Paper, and Scissors," two players simultaneously say (or display a hand symbol representing) either "rock. "paper," or "scissors. The winner is the one whose choice wins over the other. The rules are: paper wins over (wraps) rock, rock wins over (breaks) scissors, and scissors wins over (cuts) er. Assignment A customer wants you to design (for ideas look at the problem solving methodology ProblemApproachwithSample.pdf) and implement a program (RPS py) for playing the game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" for a single player against the computer. The player/user is to be prompted to enter a letter representing their turn in the game: R or r for rock, P or p for paper, S or s for scissors, and Q or q for quit. The computer will take its turn as player 2 to select a choice of rock (1 R or r), paper (2 P or p) or scissors (3 Sor s) So if Player enters R Computer randomly chooses the number 3 (aka. Scissors) Player wins -rock wins over (breaks) scissors Once the program ends, it should

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