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Chih-Wei Hsu11,132 Points
when input number is .5
in the second example where the input number is .5, the resulting ratio variable should store the value 3 (from rounding 5 * .5), and the character at index 3 is 'i'. Does rounding work slightly differently in Python than the typical mathematical convention?
In Python, the round() function will round to the nearest integer. However, if the parameter is halfway between two integers, it rounds it to the nearest even number. So round(2.5) would output 2, while round(3.5) would output 4.