# Mathematicians 11761

The top five mathematicians in the class took on the help of the teacher in calculating the average grade from the paper. They dictated the following results:

Mischa: "I came up with 3.30. "

Dasha: "That's weird, because it worked out exactly 3.45. "

Jana: "You probably can't count, because I think it's 2.94. And I also didn't round. "

Roman: "I checked it three times and I got 3.44. Damian: "Interesting, I only got 2.60. "

30 students wrote, no one received a five and only two students received a four. One of the results was correct. Who dictated the right result?

Mischa: "I came up with 3.30. "

Dasha: "That's weird, because it worked out exactly 3.45. "

Jana: "You probably can't count, because I think it's 2.94. And I also didn't round. "

Roman: "I checked it three times and I got 3.44. Damian: "Interesting, I only got 2.60. "

30 students wrote, no one received a five and only two students received a four. One of the results was correct. Who dictated the right result?

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