
ZOJ Problem Set  3834
Tom invented a tracker which can track a comet. He want to know the position of the comet and the tracker in the process of time. After longterm study, he got some relatively simple formulas. When the coordinates of the comet is (x_{1}, y_{1}) and the tracker's is (x_{2}, y_{2}), the velocity vector of the comet is (A*y_{1}, B*x_{1}) and the tracker's is (K*(x_{2}y_{1}), K*(y_{2}x_{1})). A,B won't be negative and K is always positive. Tom knows the comet is at (x_{10}, y_{10}) and the tracker is at (x_{20}, y_{20}) now, he want to know where will the comet and the tracker be when the time passed t. InputThere are multiple cases. Each case has 8 float numbers: A, B, K , x_{10}, y_{10}, x_{20}, y_{20}, t. Each number has at most 5 digits after the decimal point. (0≤ A, B ≤ 1; 0< K≤ 1; 5< x_{10}, y_{10}, x_{20}, y_{20}< 5; 0< t< 10) OutputFor each case, output x_{1}(t), y_{1}(t), x_{2}(t), y_{2}(t) in one line. Either absolute error or relative error of the output should be less than 10^{8}. Sample Input1 0.8 1.0 0.5 0.5 1.0 1.00 9 1 0.8 1.0 0.5 0.5 1.000 1.00000 5 Sample Output0.645635222115269247 0.341356306476581051 0.168988993219677197 0.47670793379763543 0.423986599887803517 0.5533428326927744 0.0688699306698346836 0.489487557058095546 HintThe sample from t=0 to t=10. Anyhow, this is not a problem without a physical background. We can find the corresponding phenomena in the real discrete world. The following example shows is how the final state will be like. Author: ZHOU, Yuchen Source: ZOJ Monthly, November 2014 