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The beta version of StarCowraft II is ready! Farmer John and Bessie are testing it, trying different strategies in one-on-one battles against each other's armies. The goal in StarCowraft II is to defeat your opponent's army in a battle.
Each player's army fights in a battle. An army comprises as many as three different types of 'units' with respective strengths denoted by constant positive real numbers unknown to the players: cattlebruisers with strength S1, cow templars with strength S2, and ultracows with strength S3. The only given bounding information is that no unit is more than 100 times as strong as any another unit.
An army's total strength is the sum of the individual strengths of each of its units. An army that has, among others units, 23 cattlebruisers would gain 23*S1 strength just from the cattlebruisers.
When two opposing armies fight in a battle, the army with a higher total strength value wins. If the armies have exactly equal strength values, one of the players randomly wins.
Farmer John and Bessie played N (0 <= N <= 300) "test battles". In the i-th test battle, FJ's army had J1_i cattlebruisers, J2_i cow templars, and J3_i ultracows (0 <= J1_i + J2_i + J3_i <= 1,000). Similarly, Bessie's army had B1_i cattlebruisers, B2_i cow templars, and B3_i ultracows (0 <= B1_i + B2_i + B3_i <= 1,000). After their armies fought against each other, FJ and Bessie recorded the winner as a single 'victory letter' V_i: "J" if Farm John won the battle; "B" if Bessie won.
Although these victory results are the only information that they have, they hope to predict some of the results of additional battles if they are given the unit compositions of two opposing armies. For some battles, though, they know it might not be possible to determine the winner with certainty.
Given the results of the N test battles that Farmer John and Bessie already played, write a program that decides the winner (if possible) for M (1 <= M <= 2,000) new battles.
The results reported for the test battles are correct; there exists at least one set of strength values which are consistent with the results.
For purposes of demonstrating the army strength evaluation functions, consider these test battles fought in a game where we (but neither FJ nor Bessie) know that S1=9.0, S2=7.0, and S3=4.0:
---- Farmer John ---- ------- Bessie ------ Battle J1 J2 J3 J_Strength B1 B2 B3 B_Strength Outcome 6 5 4 105 5 4 7 101 J 5 4 2 81 3 5 5 82 B 9 0 10 121 8 2 7 114 J
These results connote the following deduced results for the reasons shown:
---- Farmer John ---- ------- Bessie ------ Battle J1 J2 J3 J_Strength B1 B2 B3 B_Strength Outcome 6 6 4 112 5 4 7 101 J FJ's army is even stronger than in test battle 1 9 0 10 121 8 2 6 110 J Bessie's army is even weaker than in test battle 3
3 3 J 6 5 4 5 4 7 B 5 4 2 3 5 5 J 9 0 10 8 2 7 6 6 4 5 4 7 9 0 10 8 2 6 3 4 8 4 4 6
J J U
First two games correspond to the examples in the description. The result of the last game cannot be determined with only the information that Farmer John and Bessie currently have. Specifically, both S_1=9.0, S_2=7.0, S_3=4.0 and S_1=12.0, S_2=20.0, S_3=10.0 are consistent with the "test battles," but they give different results when plugged in the third "new battle."