Return of the Aztecs

Problem D: How Far?

Time Limit: 4 seconds
Memory Limit: 32 MB

As you probably know, the earth moves round the sun, and the moon moves round the earth. Both the earth and the moon follow elliptical paths. But for this problem, we will consider their paths to be circular. So the earth moves round the sun in a circular path with the sun in the center, and likewise the moon moves round the earth in a circular path with the earth in the center. This same kind of planetary system can be observed elsewhere in the galaxy. So, for a general case, let there are n such bodies b1, b2, b3, ... bn, where b1 moves round the sun, which is stationary, from a distance of r1. Body b2 moves round b1 from a distance of r2, and so on. Body bi completes a cycle in nonzero-time ti.

Given the rís and the tís, you have to find out the distances dís of the bodies from the sun at a given time T. At T = 0, all the bodies lie in their farthest positions from the sun.

Input

Input consists of multiple test cases. Each case starts with n and T in a line. The following n lines each contains first ri and then ti for i = 1, 2, ... n. Input is terminated by EOF. All the inputs are positive integers. There wonít be more than 50 bodies in a single solar system.

Output

For each case, there should a new line. Print all the dís in that line separated by spaces. Each d should have 4-digits after the decimal point.

Sample Input

3 5
20 5
30 5
40 5

Sample Output

20.0000 50.0000 90.0000

[ The image is from http://www.earthsky.com ]

Problem setter: Sadrul Habib Chowdhury (Adil)
Solution author: Monirul Hasan (Tomal)

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