Given an initial capital *c* in euros, an annual interest rate *i* (expressed in %), a time *t* in years and an indication whether the interest is simple or compound, determine the amount of euros the initial capital is transformed into.

**Input**

The input consists of two strictly positive real numbers *c* and *i*, followed by a strictly positive integer *t*, followed by either the word “`simple`” or the word “`compound`”.

**Output**

Write the final capital with 4 decimal places.

**Observation**

If you program in C++, use the `double` data type and put these two lines at the beginning of your `main()`:

Public test cases

**Input**

1000 3 2 simple

**Output**

1060.0000

**Input**

1000 3 2 compound

**Output**

1060.9000

**Input**

1234.5 5.1 22 compound

**Output**

3687.6598

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- Gabriel Valiente
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