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The English word “mile” derives from the Latin “mille passus”, meaning “a thousand paces”. A Roman mile was the distance a soldier would walk in 1000 paces (a pace being two steps, one with each foot).
Over time, the actual distance referred to as a “mile” has changed. The modern English mile is 5280 (modern) feet. The Roman mile is believed to have been about 4,854 (modern) feet.
Write a program to convert distances in English miles into Roman miles and paces.
Input will consist of one or more lines, each containing a single positive floating point number denoting a distance in English miles. End of input is indicated by a value of 0.0.
For each input value, print a line of output of the form
X English miles equals Y Roman miles or K paces.
where X is the value from the input, Y is the equivalent distance in Roman miles. Each of these should be printed to 2 decimal digits precision. K is an integer denoting the number of paces, and should be rounded to the closest integer.
1.0 20.267 454 0.0
1.00 English miles equals 1.09 Roman miles or 1088 paces. 20.27 English miles equals 22.05 Roman miles or 22046 paces. 454.00 English miles equals 493.84 Roman miles or 493844 paces.