**Due Friday, June** **25**
Design and implement a Visual C++ .NET program that simulates rolling a pair of standard six-sided dice as described below.
Consider this experiment: Roll two dice and remember their sum (this is called the target sum). Repeatedly toss the two dice again until the same target sum reappears. Count the total number of times the two dice are tossed, including the initial and final tosses that both yield the target sum. The minimum possible number of tosses is two in any trial of this experiment.
Your program should first prompt the user to enter the number of times to try the above experiment, and then repeat this experiment the specified number of times.
For each possible target sum (2 through 12), print the number of trials that used this particular target sum, and also print the average number of tosses that were made during the trials which used this target sum. Arrange these results in tabular form as shown in the sample runs below.
_**Clarification and example**_**_:_**
Each trial of the experiment consists of rolling two dice to obtain a target sum, and then continuing to roll the dice until the same target sum reappears. So a single trial consists of at least two dice rolls, and likely more than two dice rolls. The number of trials is specified by the user. Suppose the user specifies 2 trials, and this sequence of tosses occurs:
Trial 1: 7 10 5 7 (4 tosses)
Trial 2: 7 4 9 8 6 4 11 10 7 (9 tosses)
So for the target sum 7, the number of trials is 2, and the average number of tosses is (4+9)/2 = 6.5
The only libraries that may be included for this project are <iostream>, <cstdlib>, and <ctime>. Seed the random number generator so that different results are obtained on each run.
Do NOT use any arrays.
Here are three sample runs:
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1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):