Lee_assig23a - j<12 j if(j==flipCoin counter[j for(int...

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Sheet1 Page 1 //Cheu Lee Assing 23 #include <iostream> #include <cmath> #include <ctime> #include <cstdlib> using namespace std int flipCoin(void) int main() { int n, counter[13]={0} srand(time(0)) cout<<"How many times do you want to do the experiment?"<<endl cin>>n for(int i=0 i<n i++){ for(int j=0
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Unformatted text preview: j<12 j++) if (j==flipCoin()) counter[j]++ } for(int i=0 i<=12 i++){ cout<<i<<": " for(int t=0 t<counter[i] t++){ cout<<"* " } cout<<endl } return 0 } int flipCoin (void){ int heads=0, a for (int i=0 i<12 i++){ a=rand() if (a%2==1) heads++ } return heads }...
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