Statistics can be misleading, even if they are technically correct. For example, if you were told that 71.43% of people polled answered "yes" to a question, the two digits after the decimal place imply high precision, and that many people must have been polled in order to arrive at that level of accuracy. However, in this example, if only 7 people were polled and 5 answered "yes", (5/7)*100 = 71.43 (rounded to the nearest hundredth of a percent). Given a percentage rounded to two decimal places, we want to determine the minimum number of people who could have been polled.
Create a class Percents with a method minSamples. This method will take a String percent that gives the percentage of people who responded "yes" to a poll, rounded to the nearest hundredth of a percent. The String percent will be of the form "xx.xx%", where each 'x' represents a digit between '0' and '9', inclusive.
The method should return an int, the minimum possible number of people who could have been polled to result in that percentage.
