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## hconv – Hertz conversions

Write a program that is able
to convert between clock rates in:
hertz (Hz),
kilohertz (kHz),
megahertz (MHz) and
gigahertz (GHz).

**Bonus exercise:**
considering a 4-core processor
that performs 6 instructions per cicle or
2 floating point operations per cycle,
your program should also convert between FLOPS, IPS and their multiples:
kFLOPS, kIPS,
MFLOPS, MIPS,
GFLOPS and GIPS.

### Input and output

Each line of input is given in the format `<n> <unit1> in <unit2>`

.
Units are given by their abbreviations:
`Hz`

, `kHz`

, `MHz`

, `GHz`

,
`FLOPS`

, `kFLOPS`

, `MFLOPS`

, `GFLOPS`

,
`IPS`

, `kIPS`

, `MIPS`

and `GIPS`

.
Input is no larger than `360 GHz`

.

For each line of input
there should be a line of output with the corresponding result.
Output should be rounded to one decimal place which should always be present.

#### Example input

```
3.3 GHz in MHz
100000 kHz in GHz
1.5 GHz in GFLOPS
1.5 GHz in MIPS
```

#### Example output

```
3300.0 MHz
0.1 GHz
12.0 GFLOPS
36000.0 MIPS
```

### Scoring

- 1/6: works for the above Hz conversions
- 2/6: converts between Hz and its multiples
- 3/6: produces output in the correct format
- 4/6: works for the above FLOPS and MIPS conversions
- 5/6: converts to FLOPS, IPS and their multiples
- 6/6: converts between Hz, FLOPS, IPS and their multiples

### Hints

Double precision floating point arithmetic
should be enough to get you a full score.

try first: bconv

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