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# Diving

**Timelimit: 1**

By Leonardo Fernandes, IFSC Brazil

In a given diving competition, each dive has a degree of difficulty and is evaluated by seven judges. After each jump, the judges, who don't communicate with each other, show their scores. A dive is evaluated between zero and ten by each judge. After the scores are presented, the highest and the lowest scores are discarded. The remaining scores are added and the sum is multiplied by the degree of difficulty of the dive, which is a number between 1.2 and 3.8 defined before the dive. So, for example, assuming a diver's jump has difficulty 2.0 and his scores are 6,0, 5,0, 5,0, 5,0, 5,0, 5,0 and 4,0. Discarding the highest and lowest scores, we get to a result of 25.0. This result is then multiplied by the degree of difficulty 2.0 for a final score of 50.0. You program must display the results of a competition following these rules.

The first row of input has the number of divers**N** (0 ≤ **N** ≤ 100). Next, the name of each competitor is followed by the degree of difficulty **D** (1.2 ≤ **D** ≤ 3.8) of the dive and, in the next line, the seven scores **S1** to **S7** (0 ≤ **S1** to **S7** ≤ 10)given by the judges.

The output must show the results of the competition, with the name of each diver followed by the final score, in the order in which the data was input.

Input Sample | Output Sample |

3 |
Gabriela 50.00 |