REBOUND - The return of the Cake
It is well known that, in byteland, when you throw a cake, the angle of reflexion is not the angle of incidence. Measured from the ground, the angle is the double, in byteland!
You stand at point A(0, z), and you want to throw a cake in Leo's face. Leo stands at B(x, y) and is a very dangerous man, so you decide to use the ground in order to make your cake rebound.
Your shot is precise only if you can use an integer value t in the intervall [0, x], in order to reflect on C(t, 0). Sometimes it's possible, sometimes not!
The input begins with the number T of test cases in a single line. In each of the next T lines there are three integers x, y and z, explaining the locations : you A(0, z), Leo B(x, y).
For each test case, find and print the only integer t such 0 <= t <= x, that allow this perfect shot. If it's not possible, output "Not this time.".
Input: 3 5 4 1 6 5 2 7 3 1 Output: 2 Not this time. 3
Comment : the last case is the one illustrated above.
1 < T < 100 000 0 < x < 1 000 000 000 0 < y < 1 000 000 000 0 < z < 1 000 000 000
Edit(2017-02-11) : New time limit (after compiler changes).
@Mayank Pratap Thank u for giving hint...
clang rocks... green in one go @shantanu tripathi :p
Try to avoid overflow... Nice problem on algebra and trigo ...
This is weird, I didn't know that C++ (4.3.2) sqrt function has some problems with unsigned long long int. Costed me like infinite WA's . Finally just removing unsigned worked and got AC.
any typical test case??
easy but the damned '.' cause so many WA's
please give me some more tricky test cases
what is output for x=0,y=0,z=0..........................