In the year 2407476658354979366708415043923125501315337890943021769230219230892355006879909214795402102204224, as cosmopolitanism is in the air and companies are more than ever bound to a fair management of human and inhuman resources, the truth is still sometimes tough for some people.
Take the example of Gimmel. Gimmel is a very efficient cashier. Thanks to the 31 fingers that he has on each hand (which to be honest gives him the look of a cross-breeding between an octopus and a plate of spaghetti), he is indeed able to count cash at an insane speed, by means that remain obscure to his colleagues. Because of his uniqueness, he always had trouble making friends, to the point that no one ever speaks to him if they don’t have to - yet his performance at work keeps him a job at the till of an old Chinese restaurant in the 56th arrondissement of Paris.
Tonight, after the last customer has gone, Gimmel leaves as usual a handwritten note to his colleagues, with a couple of cryptic numbers that are supposed to tell them the amount of gold made during the day.
715420 – 717529 – 15664 – 1226709 – 15014825 – 1107357 – 23259 – 15566 – 34723 – 379 – 436 – 16345037 – 1920451 – 30760
That’ll teach them.
How much did they make? Please answer in kg, round to two decimal places.