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Hello, everyone. Have some one work out the Problem set4 promble 4 in MIT 6.00 couse(not the 6.00SC)? My findMaxExpenses functions seems not have the right result. My result is : expenses every year: 3641.16209619 funds: [13508.123903809546, 10542.368002809571, 6901.2059066191177, 3605.1041057596208, -0.0069493732362388982] seems correct, but the reference answer is 1229.95548986. Some thing must be wrong! Everyone who help me with the bug will be apprecated. This is my code here: http://dpaste.com/891287/

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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link to the problem set please......
And some comments would help.. ;)
since this course is finished long ago you can perhaps paste your whole solution and then link us to it , this way it will help us figure out the problem faster....

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