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Language: Hexagon Coin Toss
Description Hexagon Coin Toss is a simple game played on a Hexagon chessboard. Players toss a coin on the chessboard and see how many hexagons intersect with the coin. Now you are given a task to calculate the result of the coin toss----for each different number of intersecting hexagons, just output the probability. To simplify the problem, we assume that the side length of each hexagon is 1 and the radius of the coin will not exceed 0.5 (so that the coin can cover at most 3 hexagons). The chessboard contains several rows of hexagons and numbers of hexagons in all odd-number-row are the same (That is true for all even-number-rows). The chessboard is described as ( The center of the coin will be in the chessboard and we do not take anything outside the chessboard into consideration. In the situation below, the coin covers 2 hexagons. Input The input contains multiple test cases. Output For each test case, output the case number first. Sample Input 4 5 4 0.38 4 5 3 0.26 4 2 3 0.24 0 0 0 Sample Output Case 1: Probability of covering 1 hexagon = 48.303 percent. Probability of covering 2 hexagons = 31.300 percent. Probability of covering 3 hexagons = 20.397 percent. Case 2: Probability of covering 1 hexagon = 61.956 percent. Probability of covering 2 hexagons = 27.934 percent. Probability of covering 3 hexagons = 10.110 percent. Case 3: Probability of covering 1 hexagon = 72.550 percent. Probability of covering 2 hexagons = 22.220 percent. Probability of covering 3 hexagons = 5.230 percent. Source |

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