Given a handle to a wealth function, confirm within 100 milliseconds 'Millionaire', 'Likely', or 'Gambler', if wealth() returns $1,000,000 or more at probabilities of 100%, above 50%, or below 50%, respectively.
is the 2nd test case wrong? for @()999000*(1+rand/100), I get result as " 1.003848902730741e+006" which gives status as "Millionaire"? Or am I missing something out here?
You need to get _several_ results from the formula that are _all_ $1000000 or more to be able to classify that case as "Millionaire".
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