Comparison of Areas
Time Limit: 1 sec
You are given three values:
1) the radius of a circle (r);
2) the height of a triangle (h); and
3) the base of that triangle (b).
You are to determine which shape is larger in area, the circle or the triangle.
[Note: You may assume that the areas of the two shapes will be different.]
The input start with a positive integer number T (0<T<101) which denoted the number of test cases. Each test case contain three positive integer numbers r, h, and b (0<r, h, b<100).
[Note: you may assume that pi = 3.1416 ]
For each test case you need to print a line. The line can be
“Case X: The circle is larger.” if circle is larger than triangle
“Case X: The triangle is larger.” if triangle is larger than circle
Here X is the case number starting from 1 to T.
2 4 3
4 9 13
Case 1: The circle is larger.
Case 2: The triangle is larger.
Problem Setter: Shahin ShamS