|Author:||A. Baranov||Time limit:||1 sec|
|Input file:||Standard input||Memory limit:||256 Mb|
|Output file:||Standard output|
The equidistant shell of a three-dimensional body is the set of points external to it, within a distance of no more than a given δ. Example of equidistant shell of cube with its cross section is presented on picture.
Given an arbitrary convex polyhedron and a value of δ. You program must calculate volume of the equidistant shell.
Input data contains original polyhedron presented in a following format.
First there is the integer V, followed by exactly 3 ⋅ V real numbers that are coordinates of the vertices.
Next, integer E, followed by exactly 2 ⋅ E numbers of the vertices, defining the edges pairwise.
Next is the integer F, followed by exactly F faces represented in the following format.
First integer number of edges N, followed by N indices of edges of this face in an arbitrary order.
Indices of the all elements start from zero.
The floating point value of δ is written at the end of the input data.
Output data must contain the volume with an accuracy of at least 5 digits after decimal point.
All faces are non-degenerate and convex.
Vertex coordinates are in the range from − 10 to 10.
Count of elements of each kind does not exceed 100.
0 ≤ δ ≤ 1
|No.||Standard input||Standard output|