1. ## Need help!!!

so i was given the assignment where i am suppose to use the random number generator to simulate dice throws and also calculate the probability of the dice landing on a specific facevalue.

Here is my program....

/* put this in a program */
Code:
```#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>
#define MAX 6 /* symbolic constant */

int main()
{
int faceValue = 0 ;
float probability[MAX] = {0} ;
int run = 0 ;
int counter = 0 ;

srand(time(0));/*random number generator*/

printf("How many times do you want to throw the die? \n");
scanf("%d",&run);

faceValue = rand() % 6 + 1;

switch(faceValue){
case 1:
faceValue == 1;
break;
case 2:
faceValue == 2;
break;
case 3:
faceValue == 3;
break;
case 4:
faceValue == 4;
break;
case 5:
faceValue == 5;
break;
case 6:
faceValue == 6;
break;
}

for (counter =1; counter <= MAX; counter++)
{
printf(" The probability for number %d is %0.2f %\n", counter, (probability[counter]/12)* 100);

}
return 0;

}```

the problem is when i compile i don't get the calculations correct for the probability....could someone please point me to the write direction cause i do not no where to go from here

2. Code:
`faceValue == 6;`
This is comparison. Use = for assignment.
And array indexes run from 0 to elements - 1 (so your array is 0...5, not 1...6).

3. 1)
Your switch statement makes no sense. The variable being tested is faceValue, so let's say faceValue is 5:

Now at case 5, you compare faceValue to 5 ?? Of course it's five, that's how your code got to this line!

And please DON'T assign faceValue to 5 either, because faceValue ALREADY IS five (or whatever number).

You need another variable to be altered in the switch statement, not faceValue.

2) You need a for loop wrapped around the switch statement, starting right after the prompt "How many times do you want to throw the dice?"

Code:
```for(i = 0; i < throws_wanted; i++)   {

//other code for the throw here

//switch statement here

} //end of for

//print up probabilities for all the throws here.```