We’ve been luggage shopping recently in honor of an upcoming sabbatical (and in recognition of the fact that pretty much every piece of luggage we own is ripped: turns out that the combination of buying the cheapest possible suitcases and cramming them as full as possible is maybe not the best for their long-term health.) I was looking up different kinds of suitcases, and after staring at too many numbers for too long, I suddenly noticed something weird. The error as near as I can tell is systemmatic — it was in in the stats for every piece I looked at for this company. Here’s an example (chosen deliberately from the newest model line, since I initially wondered if it had been fixed).
Can you find it, and tell what the (web designer? programmer?) did wrong mathematically?
[I actually found this a couple weeks ago and send them an email to let them know, but haven’t received any reply and as of today nothing had been changed online. I suspect it’s buried in someone’s mailbox somewhere.]
The photo in the upper left is actually of a piece of artwork called Travellers Garden by John Grimshaw at the Old Mangotsfield Station. The photo, licensed by CC Atribuition-ShareAlike 2.0, is by Linda Bailey and can be found, of course, on Wikipedia.