# Semester 1 Final

## Code

/// Name: Mahima Choudhary
/// Period: 6
/// Program Name: Final
/// File Name: Final.java
/// Date Finished: 1/21/2016
import java.util.Scanner;
import java.util.Random;
public class Final {
public static void main(String[] args) {
Scanner keyboard = new Scanner(System.in);
Random r = new Random();
int flips = 1, heads = 0, tails = 0;
System.out.println();
System.out.println( "HIIIIII this is Mahima Choudhary's coin-flip game and I challenge you!" );
do {
System.out.print( "How many times will you be flipping the coin? " );
flips = keyboard.nextInt ();
} while ( flips <=0 || flips > 2100000000 );
for ( int i = 1; i <= flips; i++ ) {
int side = 1;
side = r.nextInt (2);
if ( side == 0 ) {
heads++;
} else {
tails++;
}
}
double probHeads = 100 * heads/flips;
double probTails = 100 * tails/flips;
System.out.println( "Great Job!! You got + " + heads + " number of heads and " + tails + " number of tails." );
System.out.println( " The probability of flipping heads was " + probHeads + "%" );
System.out.println( " The probability of flipping tails was " + probTails + "%" );
}
}
/// In conclusion percentages of either heads or tails HAS to be larger than the other
/// It will be 49% to 50%
/// Design choices: statements cause it is able to check each time to see whether to add the one to which side of the coin
/// I used a for loop because it seemed easier to do to inorder to repeat it the amount of times chosen
/// Awesome, thanks for your time

### Picture of the output