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------2 ohms---- ----3 ohms----

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| ------4 ohms---- -----6 ohms---- |

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100 volts 10 - 20 ohms

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In the above circuit there is a 100 volt DC source, a 2 ohm

resistor in parallel with a 4 ohm resistor, and then those

resistors are in series with a 3 ohm resistor in parallel

with a 6 ohm resistor. The circuit is terminated in a load

whose value varies randomly between 10 and 20 ohms.

If the power dissipated in the 2 ohm resistor goes above 35

watts, the resistor will burn and its resistance will jump

from 2 ohms to 1000000 ohms.

Solve the circuit 100,000 times (using random values for the

load). During the 100,000 simulations, count the number of times that

the 2 ohm resistor burns up. Also, calculate the average

voltage delivered to the load resistor when the 2 ohm

resistor has burned up.

Your program should output only two numbers on separate lines

as follows:

1-Number of times that the 2 ohm resistor burns

2-Average voltage delivered to the load resistor calculated

over the cases where the 2 ohm resistor has burned up

The seed to use for the random number generator is 100000