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work years. The function should return a list where each element in the list represents the value of the
retirement fund in the end of a year, with the most recent year’s value at the end of the list.
Complete the implementation of c n t n _ e s o ( a a y a e r w h r t ,
Write the code in the appropriate place in ex3.py template (you can find the link below). Make sure
you’ve implemented the function as demanded, testing for bad inputs. To test your function, compare it
with the school solution.
Mission 1 was relatively easy and simple; clearly the market does not grow at constant rate. A better
model would be to account for variations in growth percentage each year. Assignment 2
Implement v r a l _ e s o : This function takes s l r nd s v as before, and
g o t _ a e – a list of annual growth percentages in investments. The length of the list
(g o t _ a e ) will define the number of years you plan to work; g o t _ a e [ ]is the
rwhrts 0 growth rate for the first year, etc. (note that because the retirement fund’s initial value is 0,
g o t _ a e [ ]is, in fact, irrelevant.). This function returns a list, whose values are the sizes of
rwhrts 0 your retirement account at the end of each year (as in c n t n _ e s o ).
Complete the implementation of c n t n _ e s o ( a a y a e r w h r t s)
osatpnin slr,sv,got_ae Writethe code in the appropriate place in ex3.py template.
But how should we choose where to invest the money? Well, most of us just go with the default suggested
by the workplace, and end up with their retirement money spread between 10 different funds. Those of us
who are smart, will try to understand what is suggested by each fund. Let's assume a clear future, where
each fund promises you what will be the growing rate in each year.
Implement c o s _ e t f n ( a a y s v , u d _ i e n this function you will have to
choose what is the best fund for your...
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This document was uploaded on 03/20/2014 for the course CMSC 67101 at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Spring '14