# fun21.density - [2021 Fun]Density o' bullseye

Version: v1

1000ms / 262144 KB
Difficulty:1.0x

# Statement

Suika can control the density of everything. Can your program do the same thing? If a program runs for $T$ ms and its memory usage is $M$ KB, let's define the density of the program to be $D=\frac{M}{T+1}$

Your task is to write a program so that its density is as close to the number given as possible.

# Task

Write a program that:

• Read expected density $D$ from STDIN
• Output any integer you like from 0 to 10000.

# Input

$D$, a double with at most 3 digits after decimal point, $8\leq D\leq 262,000$

# Output

A single integer.

# Example

[In]
667
[Output]
123
[Explain]
Suppose it runs for 15ms, memory usage is 10000KB, then its density is 666.67 which is a bullseye.


# Scoring

There are 20 testcases.

Assume your program's density is $D'$ and $x=|D'-D|$. The score is defined as follow for each testcase:

XRankScore
<=1Bullseye100
<=10SSS25
<=20SS20
<=30S10
<=100A8
<=500B6
<=1000C4
<=262000D1
>262000D++250