# Random Numbers #54 (Algebra and Saves)

## Code

```/// Name: Amir Salehi
/// Period: 7
/// Program Name: Randomness
/// File Name: Randomness.java
/// Date Finished: 11/30/2015

import java.util.Random;

public class Randomness
{
public static void main ( String[] args )
{
Random r = new Random();
// A seed is like a saved Random number, so when you type it the same numbers will come up again.
// The number is different, but when runned again using the same code the same number will come up.
int x = 1 + r.nextInt(10);

System.out.println( "My random number is " + x );

System.out.println( "Here are some numbers from 1 to 5!" );
System.out.print( 3 + r.nextInt(5) + " " );
System.out.print( 3 + r.nextInt(5) + " " );
System.out.print( 3 + r.nextInt(5) + " " );
System.out.print( 3 + r.nextInt(5) + " " );
System.out.print( 3 + r.nextInt(5) + " " );
System.out.print( 3 + r.nextInt(5) + " " );
System.out.println();
//Yes, The Range is somewhere between 3 and 7
System.out.println( "Here are some numbers from 1 to 100!" );
System.out.print( 1 + r.nextInt(100) + "\t" );
System.out.print( 1 + r.nextInt(100) + "\t" );
System.out.print( 1 + r.nextInt(100) + "\t" );
System.out.print( 1 + r.nextInt(100) + "\t" );
System.out.print( 1 + r.nextInt(100) + "\t" );
System.out.print( 1 + r.nextInt(100) + "\t" );
System.out.println();

int num1 = 1 + r.nextInt(10);
int num2 = 1 + r.nextInt(10);

if ( num1 == num2 )
{
System.out.println( "The random numbers were the same! Weird." );
}
if ( num1 != num2 )
{
System.out.println( "The random numbers were different! Not too surprising, actually." );
}
}
}
```

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