Rats. My solution got all the problems right except the last. How is that possible?
William, our results differ for a starting value of 570. I'm not sure why yet.
William, I think I see the reason for the difference now. Let me know if you want a hint.
Aha! I see the problem with 570. Very clever of you to include a case like that!
Thanks but I'd say I was more lucky than clever. A run of periods drew me to that range. You're right that the case of 570 is a good one.
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