Create arr, an array of size six. Each element of arr is a random two-digit positive integer. (The program should make a random selection using the function rand.) Print the elements of arr.
Compute x as the average of the array. Print x.
Compute y as the average of those entries that are greater than or equal to x. Print y. **Check the answer by hand, to make sure you did it correctly.
For example, if the array contains 11, 11, 33, 33, 55, and 55, x is 33 (the average of all six numbers) and y is 44 (the average of 33, 33, 55, and 55).
Find how many times the digit six appears in arr (you may want to use the recursive function sixCount from Lab #9). Print it.
For example, if the array contains 11, 11, 11, 26, 62, and 66, the output should read: “There are 4 sixes.”