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C Homework Project Not C++,
Bid Request Id: 17451
Bookmark in my 'To Do' list
Posted by: COLLEGE-STUDENT (1 ratings)
(Software buyer rating 10)
Non-action Ratio: Very Good - 16.67%
Buyer Security Verifications: Good
Approved on: May 28, 2002
4:16:27 AM EDT
Bidding Closes: Jun 2, 2002
4:21:09 AM EDT
Viewed (by coders): 302 times
Deadline: 6/4/2002
TIME EXPIRED
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100% of work completed and accepted. Coder has been paid.
Max Accepted Bid: Bidding is closed
Project Type: Personal Project / Homework Help
Bidding Type: Open Auction
Categories: C++ / C, Other, C#
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Description:
1. I need all 2 problems solved in the next 24 hours.
2. I need the program to be written in C and NOT C++.
3. It has to be well commented.
4. I need it by 9:00am United States CT.
5. It needs to be compiled in Microsoft Visaul C++ 6.0.
6. The code file should be .c

Deliverables:
Problem 3_1
Due May 29, 2002

Slot Machine

Write a program that simulates a slot machine. A slot machine consists of three slots, which each contain a rotating wheel. On the wheels are symbols of fruits: cherry, banana, pear orange. A handle is activated to make the wheels spin. When the wheels stop, the player wins if all three slots show the same fruit.

Declare three arrays in all, each one represents a single slot.
· Wheel one contains the following list of fruits: cherry, cherry, banana, pear, pear, pear, pear, orange.
· Wheel two contains the following list of fruits: cherry, banana, banana, banana, pear, orange, orange.
· Wheel three contains the following list of fruits: cherry, banana, pear, pear, orange, orange.
Each array will contain a code for the fruits: the first letter of the name of the fruit. The fruit will be randomly selected by having rand( ) generate an index into each array.

Write the program to allow a user to play as many games as he wishes. When he finishes give a total of the games he played, and the total he won. Write at least two functions other than main. Decide for yourself what those functions should be.

Problem 3_2
The Birthday Problem

Given a random group of N people, how likely is it that two people have the same birthday? To answer this question, write a program that creates an array of N integers, randomly assigns to each position in the array one of the integers from 1 through 365, and checks to see if any of the subscripted variables have the same value. (Make the simplifying assumption that no birthday occurs on February 29th.) Now expand the program to repeat the process 1000 times at that value of N, and determine the percentage of the time that there is a single match.

Running the simulation, you want to count the number of times out of the 1000 times where a match was found. Do not find the total number of matches in any group of people, because you are only answering the question of how likely it is to find at least two people with the same birthday. If a match is found in any trial, the search can be halted, and the next trial executed.

Try to answer the question how many people are needed in the group to achieve a 50% probability that at least two people will have the same birthday. So allow the user to determine the value of N, and allow multiple runs of the program for different values of N. Include in a comment the value of N you found to be the correct one.

The numbers from 1 to 365 should be generated by calling the functions srand(time(NULL) ) once at the beginning of the program and rand( ) for each number from 1 to 365. The main activity of the program will be searching the array for a match. There is a theoretical answer for the 50% number that you might find in a probability book.

You can&'t declare an array in C with a variable. There is a way to dynamically allocate an array at run time, and we will learn it later. So you must declare an array large enough to handle any N input by the user. Just use the portion of the larger array needed. Remember you are trying to find the N that gives an answer close to 50 % of the time.

Again use at least two functions other than main.


Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.

Complete copyrights to all work purchased.


Platform:
1. I need all 2 problems solved in the next 24 hours.
2. I need the program to be written in C and NOT C++.
3. It has to be well commented.
4. I need it by 9:00am United States CT.
5. It needs to be compiled in Microsoft Visaul C++ 6.0.
6. The code file should be .c

Must be 100% finished and received by buyer on:
Jun 4, 2002 EDT
Deadline legal notes: All times are expressed in the time zone of the site EDT (UT - 5). If the buyer omitted a time, then the deadline is 11:59:59 PM EDT on the indicated date.

Special Conditions / Other:
I need the program in 24 hours.


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Saquib
(35 ratings)
in Ypsilanti, Michigan
United States
Bid id: 190,497
 
$20 (USD) May 28, 2002
9:45:46 AM EDT
 9.97
(Excellent)
   
I can have the code ready for you by tonight. It will be in C running on Visual C++ with full comments.
Saquib
 




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