## Problem: Money

Some time ago, Pesho bought himself bitcoins. Now, he is going on a tour in Europe and he needs euro. Apart from bitcoins, he has Chinese yuan as well. Pesho wants to exchange his money in euro for the tour. Write a program that calculates how much euro he can buy, depending on the following exchange rates:

• 1 bitcoin = 1168 levs.
• 1 Chinese yuan = 0.15 dollars.
• 1 dollar = 1.76 levs.
• 1 euro = 1.95 levs.

The exchange office has commission from 0 to 5 percent from the final sum in euro.

### Input Data

Three numbers are read from the console:

• On the first line – number of bitcoins. Integer in the range of [0 … 20].
• On the second line – number of Chinese yuan. Floating-point number of [0.00 … 50 000.00].
• On the third line – commission. Floating-point number of [0.00 … 5.00].
• ### Output Data

Print one number on the console - the result of the exchange of the currencies. Rounding is not necessary.

### Sample Input and Output

Input Output
1
5
5
569.668717948718

Explanation:

• 1 bitcoin = 1168 levs
• 5 Chinese yuan = 0.75 dollars
• 0.75 dollars = 1.32 levs
• 1168 + 1.32 = 1169.32 levs = 599.651282051282 euro
• Commission: 5% от 599.651282051282 = 29.9825641025641
• Result: 599.651282051282 - 29.9825641025641 = 569.668717948718 euro
Input Output Input Output
20
5678
2.4
12442.2442010256 7
50200.12
3
10659.4701177436