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Faizur
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Again WA

Post by Faizur »

Hello shamim many many thanks for your reply. I have changed my code:

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#include<stdio.h>
#include<math.h>
#define pi 3.14159
double p;
double fn(double x)
{
	return 4.0*x*cos(x)*cos(x)+pi*(1.00-p)-2.0*x-sin(2.0*x);
}
int main()
{
	double x1,x2,x3,y1,y2,y3,r,R;
	int N;

		scanf("%d",&N);
		while(N--)
		{
			scanf("%lf%lf",&r,&p);
			x1=pi/2;
			x3=0;
			while(fabs(x3-x1)>0.00000000000001)
			{
				x2=(x1+x3)/2.0;
				y2=fn(x2);
				if(y2<0.0000000000000000001)
					x1=x2;
				else 
					x3=x2;
				if(fabs(y2)<0.00000000000001)
				    {x1=x2;break;}

			}
			R=2*r*cos(x1);
			printf("R = %.lf, P = %.2lf, Rope = %.2lf\n",r,p,R);

		}

	return 0;
}
Still i am getting WA.So i am realy ....
Whether my formula is wrong or something else .Pls help

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Post by the LA-Z-BOy »

dear Faizur, i haven't checked your code, i just ran it on some inputs and i am giving the i/o s that your prog didn't agree with mine.

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R = 1000, P = 0.02, Rope = 204.49
R = 1000, P = 0.06, Rope = 360.52
R = 1000, P = 0.07, Rope = 390.78
R = 1000, P = 0.08, Rope = 419.16
R = 1000, P = 0.23, Rope = 739.66
R = 1000, P = 0.28, Rope = 825.56
R = 1000, P = 0.30, Rope = 858.40
...where your prog gives something different with +-0.01 or so.
ps. my method is something like bsearch but my equation is independent of PI. i just needed PI(=3.14159) to calculate the `target' area, and i used epsilon 1e-5 for this area (just because i have to keep only two decimal places after the area. both codes with double and long double got accepted.
thanks
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Post by Noim »

THanks shamim,

i haved missed that it was a multiple input case program. after seeing your caution i manage to get accept. THanks any way.
__nOi.m....

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Post by Dominik Michniewski »

Could anyone tell me , why this program gives me WA ?
I've got right answers for every case which I find in board but OJ says WA.
Could anyone send me some more IO, on which my program fails ??
Computations are given from math books and seems to be allright :(

Best regards
DM

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cutted ...
Last edited by Dominik Michniewski on Mon Jul 28, 2003 3:17 pm, edited 1 time in total.
If you really want to get Accepted, try to think about possible, and after that - about impossible ... and you'll get, what you want ....
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Post by the LA-Z-BOy »

Hello Dominik
i have Managed to figure out few mistakes in your code, i've sent the modified one via private msg.
thanks
Istiaque Ahmed
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Post by Dominik Michniewski »

Thanks La-z-boy for help ...
Strange are two things:
1. on windows, on my computer, all works fine - I don't have UNIX to test :( so it's impossible to find such errors by me :(
2. it's second code, in which I must calculate values with more precision, that I think taht I should ... :( I think, that 1e-5 should be enough, but I see that 100 more is enough ...

Thanks again and again
DM
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Post by Faizur »

But whats the problem with my code.. :x This problem is making me really crazy....pls check my code..........................

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Post by ivec »

I have the same output as IIUC GOLD, but still WA.

I believe I am handling the multiple input correctly (I have a bunch of assertions to validate input and check there is no trailing data).

It feels like this is one of these numeric error / rounding problems. I used some classig geometry and trigonometry do define the inverse function (ratio eaten from rope ratio), then do a simple bissective search (and I tried various accuracy thresholds).

The calculation function I use looks like: [c]
double eatenRatio(double ropeRatio)
{
double sqRope = ropeRatio*ropeRatio;
double alpha = 2*acos(1-0.5*sqRope);
double beta = 2*acos( 0.5*ropeRatio );
return 0.5*( (alpha-sin(alpha)) + sqRope*(beta-sin(beta)) ) / 3.14159; /*26535;*/
}
[/c]

Does someone who got AC use a different computation approach ?

hints welcome...

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Output of P must be to two decimal places

Post by Chameleon »

I kept getting WA for this problem. I eventually guessed that the output of P must be to two decimal places, even though this is not written anywhere in the problem statement. Very annoying.

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358 : Confused !

Post by Sajid »

I thought that the following eqn is enough for this problem... but it isnt.

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Area(Rope) = Area(R) * p
PI * Rope^2 = PI * R^2 * p
Rope = R * sqrt(p)
But I dont understand why...

What's wrong with this?
Last edited by Sajid on Sat Dec 27, 2003 4:16 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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No its not!

Post by sohel »

I wonder how you came up with this formula. If it were that simple, the AC percentage would have been much higher.

From what I can remember, I derived two/three equations and solved it using bisection method.

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Post by shamim »

Well, i guess you now know it isn't the right formula. If you stil think so, please justify yourself.

As for the actual solution, you need derive an equation which needs to be solved using Bisection method.

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Post by Sajid »

Well, Yes, I knew that this eqn is wrong...
But I wanted to know that what's wrong?

I am not confused to get WA...
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Post by sjn »

I got WA several times and don't know why

i got the following result from my program
could anything check it for me?

thx in advanced!

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Input:
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100 0.00
100 0.01
100 0.02
100 0.03
100 0.04
100 0.05
100 0.06
100 0.07
100 0.08
100 0.09
100 0.10
100 0.11
100 0.12
100 0.13
100 0.14
100 0.15
100 0.16
100 0.17
100 0.18
100 0.19
100 0.20
100 0.21
100 0.22
100 0.23
100 0.24
100 0.25
100 0.26
100 0.27
100 0.28
100 0.29
100 0.30
100 0.31
100 0.32
100 0.33
100 0.34
100 0.35
100 0.36
100 0.37
100 0.38
100 0.39
100 0.40
100 0.41
100 0.42
100 0.43
100 0.44
100 0.45
100 0.46
100 0.47
100 0.48
100 0.49
100 0.50
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Output:
R = 100, P = 0.00, Rope = 0.00
R = 100, P = 0.01, Rope = 14.36
R = 100, P = 0.02, Rope = 20.45
R = 100, P = 0.03, Rope = 25.18
R = 100, P = 0.04, Rope = 29.21
R = 100, P = 0.05, Rope = 32.79
R = 100, P = 0.06, Rope = 36.05
R = 100, P = 0.07, Rope = 39.08
R = 100, P = 0.08, Rope = 41.92
R = 100, P = 0.09, Rope = 44.60
R = 100, P = 0.10, Rope = 47.16
R = 100, P = 0.11, Rope = 49.60
R = 100, P = 0.12, Rope = 51.96
R = 100, P = 0.13, Rope = 54.23
R = 100, P = 0.14, Rope = 56.43
R = 100, P = 0.15, Rope = 58.57
R = 100, P = 0.16, Rope = 60.64
R = 100, P = 0.17, Rope = 62.67
R = 100, P = 0.18, Rope = 64.65
R = 100, P = 0.19, Rope = 66.59
R = 100, P = 0.20, Rope = 68.48
R = 100, P = 0.21, Rope = 70.34
R = 100, P = 0.22, Rope = 72.17
R = 100, P = 0.23, Rope = 73.97
R = 100, P = 0.24, Rope = 75.73
R = 100, P = 0.25, Rope = 77.48
R = 100, P = 0.26, Rope = 79.19
R = 100, P = 0.27, Rope = 80.88
R = 100, P = 0.28, Rope = 82.56
R = 100, P = 0.29, Rope = 84.21
R = 100, P = 0.30, Rope = 85.84
R = 100, P = 0.31, Rope = 87.46
R = 100, P = 0.32, Rope = 89.05
R = 100, P = 0.33, Rope = 90.64
R = 100, P = 0.34, Rope = 92.20
R = 100, P = 0.35, Rope = 93.76
R = 100, P = 0.36, Rope = 95.30
R = 100, P = 0.37, Rope = 96.83
R = 100, P = 0.38, Rope = 98.34
R = 100, P = 0.39, Rope = 99.85
R = 100, P = 0.40, Rope = 101.35
R = 100, P = 0.41, Rope = 102.83
R = 100, P = 0.42, Rope = 104.31
R = 100, P = 0.43, Rope = 105.78
R = 100, P = 0.44, Rope = 107.24
R = 100, P = 0.45, Rope = 108.69
R = 100, P = 0.46, Rope = 110.14
R = 100, P = 0.47, Rope = 111.58
R = 100, P = 0.48, Rope = 113.02
R = 100, P = 0.49, Rope = 114.45
R = 100, P = 0.50, Rope = 115.87
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Post by sjn »

At last i got AC :wink:
when i chose the epsilon with 1e-5 i passed it

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