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Unformatted text preview: our expenses without entering into debts. We will assume constant expenses on each year. How may we calculate it? One option would be to try feeding different values of expenses to post_retirement() – and find the best value (i.e. maximum expenses such that the last value in the returned list will still be a positive) Remember that in class we saw the idea of binary search. We can use this idea also here to find the correct value. In this assignment you may choose to use also pure arithmetics for this calculation. Assignment 1 Implement l v _ i e a k n , which takes five arguments: a s l r , a percentage of your ielk__ig aay salary to save (s v ), a list of annual growth rate before retirement ae (p e r t r _ r w h r t s, a list for after the retirement r_eiegot_ae) (p s _ e i e g o t _ a e ), and a value for stop searching (e s l n. As before the otrtr_rwhrts pio) length of the p e r t r _ r w h r t s will be the amount of working years and r_eiegot_ae p s _ e i e g o t _ a e ill account for the num...
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This document was uploaded on 03/20/2014 for the course CMSC 67101 at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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