2005 Canadian Computing Competition, Stage 1
Problem J1: The Cell Sell
Moe Bull has a cell phone and after a month of use is trying to decide which price plan is the best for his usage pattern. He has two options, each plan has different costs for daytime minutes, evening minutes and weekend minutes.
|A||100 free minutes then
25 cents per minute
|15 cents per minute||20 cents per minute|
|B||250 free minutes then
45 cents per minute
|35 cents per minute||25 cents per minute|
Write a program that will input the number of each type of minutes and output the cheapest plan for this usage pattern, using the format shown below. The input will be in the order of daytime minutes, evening minutes and weekend minutes. In the case that the two plans are the same price, output both plans.
Sample Input 1
251 10 60
Sample Output 1
Plan A costs 51.25 Plan B costs 18.95 Plan B is cheapest.
Sample Input 2
162 61 66
Sample Output 2
Plan A costs 37.85 Plan B costs 37.85 Plan A and B are the same price.
Note: If you wish, you may output the prices in cents instead of dollars. For example, for Sample 1, you may output that "Plan A costs 5125 cents" and "Plan B costs 1895 cents".
Point Value: 3
Time Limit: 2.00s
Memory Limit: 16M
Added: Sep 29, 2008
- Simple Math
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Additionally, note that the judge will only display a small portion of what your program outputs. This is so you can't write a program that just mirrors the test data, allowing you to get all the answers without actually solving the problem.
"Plan A costs 3725 ce"