山东省第五届ACM省赛正赛题集

angry_birds_again_and_again

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Theproblems called "Angry Birds" and "Angry Birds Again andAgain" has been solved by many teams in the series of contest in 2011Multi-University Training Contest.

 

Thistime we focus on the yellow bird called Chuck. Chuck can pick up speed anddistance when tapped.

 

Youcan assume that before tapped, Chuck flies along the parabola. When tapped, itchanges to fly along the tangent line. The Chuck starts at the coordinates(0, 0). Now you are given the coordinates of the pig (Px, 0), the x-coordinateof the tapping position (Tx) and the initial flying angle of Chuck (α).

AOx= α

Pleasecalculate the area surrounded by Chuck’s path and the ground.(The areasurrounded by the solid line O-Tapping position-Pig-O)

Input

Thefirst line contains only one integer T (T is about 1000) indicates the numberof test cases. For each case there are two integers, px tx, and a float numberα.0 < Tx ≤ Px ≤ 1000, 0 < α <  .

Output

Oneline for each case specifying the distance rounded to three digits.

SampleInput

1
2 1 1.0

SampleOutput

0.692

Hint

 

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Circle

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Youhave been given a circle from 0 to n - 1. If you are currently at x, you willmove to (x - 1) mod n or (x + 1) mod n with equal probability. Now we want toknow the expected number of steps you need to reach x from 0.

Input

Thefirst line contains one integer T — the number of test cases.

 

Eachof the next T lines contains two integers n, x (0  ≤ x < n ≤ 1000) as wemention above.

Output

Foreach test case. Print a single float number — the expected number of steps youneed to reach x from 0. The figure is accurate to 4 decimal places.

SampleInput

3
3 2
5 4
10 5

SampleOutput

2.0000
4.0000
25.0000

Hint

 

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Colorful Cupcakes

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

BeaverBindu has N cupcakes. Each cupcake has one of three possible colors. In thisproblem we will represent the colors by uppercase letters \'A\', \'B\', and\'C\'. Two cupcakes of the same color are indistinguishable. You are given aString cupcakes consisting of exactly N characters. Each character in cupcakesgives the color of one of Bindu\'s cupcakes.

 

Binduhas N friends, sitting around a round table. She wants to give each friend oneof the cupcakes. Moreover, she does not want to give cupcakes of the same colorto any pair of friends who sit next to each other.

 

LetX be the number of ways in which she can hand out the cupcakes to her friends.As X can be very large, compute and return the value (X modulo1, 000, 000, 007).

Input

Thefirst line contains one integer T(1 ≤ T ≤ 60)—the number of test cases. Each ofthe next T lines contains one string. Each string will contain between 3 and 50characters, inclusive. Each character in the string will be either \'A\',\'B\', or \'C\'.

Output

Foreach test case. Print a single number X — the number of ways in which she canhand out the cupcakes to her friends.

 

SampleInput

3
ABAB
ABABA
ABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABAB

SampleOutput

2
0
2

Hint

 

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Devour Magic

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

InWarcraft III, Destroyer is a large flying unit that must consume magic tosustain its mana. Breaking free of the obsidian stone that holds them, thesemonstrous creatures roar into battle, swallowing magic to feed their insatiablehunger as they move between battles and rain destruction down upon their foes.Has Spell Immunity. Attacks land and air units.

The core skill of the Destroyer is socalled Devour Magic, it takes all mana from all units in a area and gives it tothe Destroyer.

 

Nowto simplify the problem, assume you have n units in a line, all unit start with0 mana and can increase to infinity maximum mana. All unit except the Destroyerhave mana regeneration 1 in per unit time.

 

TheDestroyer have m instructions t l r, it means, in time t, the Destroyer useDevour Magic on unit from l to r. We give you all m instructions in time order,count how many mana the Destroyer have devour altogether.

Input

Thefirst line contains one integer T, indicating the test case. For each testcase, the first contains two integer n, m(1 ≤ n, m ≤ 10^5). The the next m lineeach line contains a instruction t l r.(1 ≤ t ≤ 10^5, 1 ≤ l ≤ r ≤ n)

Output

Foreach test case, output the conrespornding result.

SampleInput

1
10 5
1 1 10
2 3 10
3 5 10
4 7 10
5 9 10

SampleOutput

30

Hint

 

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Factorial

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Homelesserhates mathematics. He cannot even do addition and subtraction, not to mentioncomputing factorial. He asks Cainiao2hao for help. Cainiao2hao is always busysolving more difficult problems. And now, please help Homelesser to computefactorial. If you cannot do it well, Cainiao2hao will think you are as fool asHomelesser.

 

Input

Thefirst line contains only one integer T (T is about 10) indicates the number oftest cases. For each case there are one integer n (0 ≤ n ≤ 10).

 

Output

Oneline for each case specifying the factorial of n.

 

SampleInput

2
4
3

SampleOutput

24
6

Hint

 

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Full Binary Tree

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Incomputer science, a binary tree is a tree data structure in which each node hasat most two children. Consider an infinite full binary tree (each node has twochildren except the leaf nodes) defined as follows. For a node labelled v itsleft child will be labelled 2 * v and its right child will be labelled2 * v + 1. The root is labelled as 1.

 

Youare given n queries of the form i, j. For each query, you have to print thelength of the shortest path between node labelled i and node labelled j.

 

Input

Firstline contains n(1 ≤ n ≤ 10^5), the number of queries. Each query consists oftwo space separated integers i and j(1 ≤ i, j ≤ 10^9) in one line.

 

Output

Foreach query, print the required answer in one line.

 

SampleInput

5
1 2
2 3
4 3
1024 2048
3214567 9998877

SampleOutput

1
2
3
1
44

Hint

 

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Hearthstone II

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Thenew season has begun, you have n competitions and m well prepared decks duringthe new season. Each competition you could use any deck you want, but each ofthe decks must be used at least once. Now you wonder how many ways are there toplan the season — to decide for each competition which deck you are going toused. The number can be very huge, mod it with 10^9 + 7.

 

Input

Theinput file contains several test cases, one line for each case contains twointeger numbers n and m (1 ≤ m ≤ n ≤ 100).

 

Output

Oneline for each case, output one number — the number of ways.

SampleInput

3 2
100 25

SampleOutput

6
354076161

Hint

 

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Painting Cottages

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Thenew cottage settlement is organized near the capital of Flatland. Theconstruction company that is building the settlement has decided to paint somecottages pink and others — light blue. However, they cannot decide which cottagesmust be painted which color. The director of the company claims that thepainting is nice if there is at least one pink cottage, at least one light bluecottage, and it is possible to draw a straight line in such a way that pinkcottages are at one side of the line, and light blue cottages are at the otherside of the line (and no cottage is on the line itself). The main architectobjects that there are several possible nice paintings. Help them to find outhow many dierent nice paintings are there.

 

Input

Thefirst line of the input file contains n — the number of the cottages(1 ≤ n ≤ 300). The following n lines contain the coordinates of the cottages —each line contains two integer numbers xi and yi (−10^4 ≤ xi, yi ≤ 10^4).

 

Output

Outputone integer number — the number of dierentnice paintings of the cottages.

 

SampleInput

4
0 0
1 0
1 1
0 1

SampleOutput

12

Hint

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Tree

TimeLimit: 10000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Thereis an rooted weighted tree of n nodes. The root will be always 1. Let\'s definedist(u, v) as the distance from u to v.

 

Nowyou are been given the distance from the root to all other nodes. You need tocount the number of different trees when all the edge weights are between [l,r]. Two trees A and B are different if and only if there exists an edge (u, v,w) in A but there is no such edge in B.

 

Input

Thefirst line contains a integer n(1 ≤ n ≤ 10^5), indicating the number of nodesin the tree. The second line contains n-1 integers start from dist(0, 1) todist(0, n-1)(0 ≤  dist(0, i) ≤ 10^9). The next line contains a integerq(1 ≤ q ≤ 10), indicating the number of query you need to answer. The next qlines, each line contains two number l and r(1 ≤ l ≤ r ≤ 10^9) indicating aspecific query.

 

Output

Foreach query, output the answer in a single line. The number can be very huge,mod it with 10^9 + 7.

 

SampleInput

4
1 1 2
3
1 1
1 2
2 2

SampleOutput

2
3
0

Hint

 

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Weighted Median

TimeLimit: 2000 ms Memory Limit: 65536 KiB

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ProblemDescription

Forn elements x1, x2, ..., xn with positive integer weights w1, w2, ..., wn. Theweighted median is the element xk satisfying
 and  ,S indicates 

Canyou compute the weighted median in O(n) worst-case?

 

Input

Thereare several test cases. For each case, the first line contains one integern(1 ≤  n ≤ 10^7) — the number of elements in the sequence. The following linecontains n integer numbers xi (0 ≤ xi ≤ 10^9). The last line contains n integernumbers wi (0 < wi < 10^9).

 

Output

Oneline for each case, print a single integer number— the weighted median of thesequence.

 

SampleInput

7
10 35 5 10 15 5 20
10 35 5 10 15 5 20

SampleOutput

20

Hint

TheS which indicates the sum of all weights may be exceed a 32-bit integer. If Sis 5,  equals2.5.

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