Please help.

What is wrong with my solution. The preparation platform doesn’t accept it, though IntelliJ IDEA runs it and gives the desired results.

The task is

Converter

You want to buy this really cool car from the UK, but you are worried about the fuel consumption. The values you see are MPG (miles per gallon). You have no idea what 20 MPG means so, being a programmer, decide to write a converter that helps you calculate the consumption.

Doing some research, you learn that `1 gallon = 4.54 litres`

and `1 mile = 1.6 km`

.

After the calculation, round the result down to the neareast whole number.

Input

On the first line you will receive a number m - miles per galon

Output

On the only line of output, print `{result} litres per 100 km`

Constraints

1 <= m <= 100

Input

20

Output

14 litres per 100 km

Input

44

Output

6 litres per 100 km

My solution:

import java.util.Scanner;

public class Main {

```
public static void main(String[] args) {
Scanner user_input= new Scanner(System.in);
int m = user_input.nextInt();
int result = (int) (282.48 / m);
System.out.print(Math.floor(result) + " " + "litres per 100 km");
}
```

}

Thank you for your time and help!