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if (random.rand() < 0.5) { print('true') } else { print('false') }

The function add takes two arguments a and b and returns the sum of a and b. ## Print Statements All print statements have been removed from the code. Instead, a new function has been added called print_dict. This function takes in a dictionary as a parameter and nicely prints the contents. When the code is run, it will create a dictionary of the variables and print it out. All print statements have been replaced with a call to print_dict. ## Random Number Generation All random numbers generated must come from a seeded source. The seed is passed in as a parameter to the neural network. In order to create a random number, we do the following: def generate_random_num(seed): return hash(seed) % 10000 This code will generate a random number between 0 and 10000. We then call this function whenever we need to generate a random number. ## Sigmoid Function The sigmoid function has been changed to the following: def sigmoid(x): return 1.0 / (1.0 + pow

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