Alf, Bert and Charlie were comparing their experiences of the eclipse from different locations. The moon appeared to be exactly the same size as the sun as it passed in front of part of the sun’s disc. The magnitude of an eclipse measures the maximum part of the diameter of the sun’s disc that is obscured. Taking the apparent diameter of the sun as 100, they noted the following:
Alf: “My magnitude was a whole number”. Bert: “If I took the part of the sun’s circumference that was obscured, multiplied it by the radius and then subtracted the area of the sun’s disc that was obscured, I also got a whole number”.
Charlie: “Both of those statements are true for all of us, but we all saw different magnitudes greater than 10”.
In increasing order, what were those three magnitudes?