The American Commuter Movement and the International Commuting Peoples’ Community have had it with this. Especially Johan, a young student, who has decided to investigate this matter further. Johan went to one of the stations, and studied the behaviour of the displays. Each time the display showed a new number, Johan carefully measured the number of seconds that passed from that moment until the train arrived. As soon as that train left again, he did the same thing for the next train and so on. He remembered all the displayed minutes, and the wait time for each such in seconds. Although Johan has a very good memory, he does not know what to do with his measurements. He needs your help!
Your task is to help Johan calculate the average length of an S.L. minute (the length of a minute according to the display). You may assume that when the display shows a new number $M$, the expected S.L. wait time in that moment is exactly $M$ minutes.
The first line contains an integer $1 \le N \le 1\, 000$ – the number of observations Johan did. The following $N$ lines contain two positive integers $M \le 60$ and $S \le 3\, 600$ – the number of minutes displayed, and the number of seconds Johan had to wait for his train.
Output should consist of a single real number: the average length of an S.L. minute, measured in real minutes. A relative or absolute error of at most $10^{-7}$ will be considered correct. If the average length of an S.L. minute is shorter than or equal to a normal minute, print the message "measurement error" instead.
Sample Input 1 | Sample Output 1 |
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1 1 61 |
1.016666667 |
Sample Input 2 | Sample Output 2 |
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3 5 560 10 600 2 264 |
1.396078431 |