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Farmer John has purchased the world's most loathesome hay baler. Instead of having a drive-roller that drives maybe an idler roller that drives the power take-off for the baler, it has N rollers (2 <= N <= 1050) which drive and are driven by various rollers.
FJ has meticulously cataloged data for each roller i: X_i,Y_i are the center of the roller (-5000 <= X_i <= 5000; -5000 <= Y_i <= 5000); R_i is the roller's radius (3 <= R_i <= 800). The drive-roller is located at 0,0; the baler power take-off is located at X_t,Y_t (numbers supplied in the input).
The drive-roller turns clockwise at 10,000 revolutions per hour. Your job is to determine the speeds of all the rollers that are in the power-train: from the drive-roller through the power take-off roller. Rollers that do not transfer power to the take-off roller are to be ignored. A roller of radius Rd that is turning at S rph and driving another roller of radius Rx will cause the second roller to turn at the speed -S*Rd/Rx (where the sign denotes whether the roller is turning clockwise or counterclockwise (anticlockwise for our British friends)).
Determine the power-train path and report the sum of the absolute values of all those rollers' speeds. All the rollers in the input set except the driver-roller are driven by some other roller; power is never transferred to a roller from more than one other roller.
Report your answer as an integer that is the truncated value after summing all the speeds.
4 32 54 0 0 10 0 30 20 32 54 20 -40 30 20
Roller Radius Speed 1 (0,0) 10 10,000 2 (0,30) 20 -5,000 3 (32,54) 20 5,000 ------ Sum of abs values: 20,000