Write a program to test the circuit reliability with random numbers as many times as the user requests.

The circuit: I can't figure out how to get the attachment to work so here's my best at describing the circuit in words. A(reliability .80) is parallel with B(r=.75). AB is in series with D(r=.90). C(r=.90) is in series with E(r=.70). CE is in parallel with ABD.

I have this so far:

I think the random numbers are working, but I can't figure out how to connect the reliability for the components to one another to find the total number of successes and I'm calculating the total reliability based on reliability=number of successes/number of trials. Any help would be greatly appreciated.Code:#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <time.h> //prototypes (function announcement) //function main int main () { // declarations and initialzations float rblty=0; int request; float success=0,i=0; srand(time(NULL)); //prompts and scans printf("\nHow many times? "); scanf("%d", &request); //calculation for(i;i<=request;i++); { if ((rand()%101)<=69)//component E {success+=1;} if ((rand()%101)<74) //component B {success+=1;} if ((rand()%101)<=79)//component A {success+=1;} if ((rand()%101)<=89)//component D {success+=1;} if ((rand()%101)<=89)//component C {success+=1;} rblty= (success)/i; } printf("Reliability: %f%% ", rblty *100); return 0; }