Hi,

Gregmat question:

The approach is the same as Greg however he’s using 3.14 as value of pi but I used 22/7 leading to different rounded off integers.

What to do in such a case?

Thanks

Hi,

Gregmat question:

The approach is the same as Greg however he’s using 3.14 as value of pi but I used 22/7 leading to different rounded off integers.

What to do in such a case?

Thanks

What’s your answer and what’s the correct answer?

The answer is 2500/π.

If you take π = 3.14 you get 796 after rounding off whereas if you take π = 22/7 you get 795 after rounding off.

The question is faulty then, because the answer cannot depend on what \pi is. We’ll need to fix this.

Also: which quiz is this from?

Not sure about quiz. Found it under All Quant problems with ‘Hard’ difficulty

The question has been fixed so that the answer doesn’t change irrespective of how \pi is approximated.