1. Give examples of values for a and b in the pseudorandom generator given on page 113 of this chapter such that the result is not very random looking, for n = 1000.
2. Suppose you are given an array, A, containing 100 integers that were generated using the method r.nextInt(10), where r is an object of type java.util.Random. Let x denote the product of the integers in A. There is a single number that x will equal with probability at least 0.99. What is that number and what is a formula describing the probability that x is equal to that number?
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