You, Calvin, and Pi Han are competing in the Brilliant mega-match! In this event, the winner is the person to solve problems most accurately, the one with the highest ratio of solved problems to problems attempted.* The event runs for five weekdays, and the winner at the end of the week wins it all.
Here are the standings:
|Monday||54% of 100||57% of 700||56% of 500|
|Tuesday||43% of 200||46% of 300||48% of 300|
|Wednesday||65% of 100||71% of 200||68% of 400|
|Thursday||79% of 500||88% of 300||84% of 200|
|Friday||34% of 100||41% of 500||39% of 100|
Calvin performed better than both Pi Han and you in every day, except on Tuesday where Pi Han did better. So who won?
* Of course, if you actually do this, you should give each player a handicap of one incorrect problem so you can't just solve one problem and declare 100% completion. But this is an idealized problem, not a real-world execution of it, so it doesn't matter.