# Problem: Game Tickets

**A group of football fans** decided to buy **tickets for Euro Cup 2016**. The tickets are sold in Bulgarian **leva **(BGN) in **two price categories**:

**VIP**–**499.99**BGN (Bulgarian leva)**Normal**–**249.99**BGN (Bulgarian leva)

The football fans **have a shared budget**, and the **number of people** in the group determines what percentage of the budget will be **spent on transportation**:

**1 to 4**– 75% of the budget**5 to 9**– 60% of the budget**10 to 24**– 50% of the budget**25 to 49**– 40% of the budget**50 or more**– 25% of the budget

**Write a program** that **calculates whether the money left in the budget** will be enough for the football fans to **buy tickets in the selected category**, as well as **how much money** they will **have left or be insufficient**.

## Input Data

The input data is read from the **console** and contains **exactly 3 lines**:

- The
**first**line contains the**budget**– real number within the range [**1 000.00 … 1 000 000.00**]. - The
**second**line contains the**category**– "**VIP**" or "**Normal**". - The
**third**line contains the**number of people in the group**– an integer within the range [**1 … 200**].

## Output Data

**Print the following** on the console as **one line**:

- If the
**budget is sufficient**:- "
**Yes! You have {N} leva left.**" – where**N is the amount of remaining money**for the group.

- "
- If the
**budget is NOT sufficient**:- "
**Not enough money! You need {М} leva.**" – where**М is the amount that is insufficient**.

- "

**The amounts** must be **formatted up to the second digit after the decimal point**.

## Sample Input and Output

Input | Output | Explanations |
---|---|---|

1000 Normal 1 |
Yes! You have 0.01 leva left. | 1 person: 75% of the budget are spent on transportation.Remaining amount: 1000 – 750 = 250.Category Normal: the ticket price is 249.99 * 1 = 249.99249.99 < 250: the person will have 250 - 249.99 = 0.01 money left |

Input | Output | Explanations |
---|---|---|

30000 VIP 49 |
Not enough money! You need 6499.51 leva. | 49 persons: 40% of the budget are spent on transportation.Remaining amount: 30000 - 12000 = 18000. Category VIP: the ticket costs 499.99 * 49.24499.51 < 18000: the amount is not enough, more money needed: 24499.51 - 18000 = 6499.51 |

## Hints and Guidelines

We will read the input data and perform the calculations described in the task requirements, in order to check if the money will be sufficient.

### Processing the Input Data

Let's read carefully the requirements and examine what we expect to take as **input data**, what is expected to **return as a result**, as well as what are the **main steps** for solving the problem.

For a start, let's process and save the input data in **appropriate variables**:

### Calculating Transportation Costs

Let's create and initialize the variables needed for doing the calculations:

Let's review the requirements once again. We need to perform **two** different block calculations.

By the first set of calculations we must understand what part of the budget has to be spent on **transportation**. You will notice that the logic for doing these calculations only depends on the **number of people in the group**. Therefore, we will do a logical breakdown according to the number of football fans.

We will use conditional statement – a sequence of ** if-else** blocks.

### Calculating Ticket Costs

By the second set of calculations we need to find out what amount will be needed for purchasing **tickets for the group**. According to the requirements, this only depends on the type of tickets that we need to buy.

Let's use a ** switch-case** conditional statement.

### Calculating Total Costs

Once we have calculated the **transportation costs** and **ticket costs**, what remains is to calculate the end result and understand if the group of football fans will **attend** Euro Cup 2016 or **not**, provided the available parameters.

For the output, in order to spare one ** else condition** in the construction, we will assume that the group can, by default, attend Euro Cup 2016.

### Printing the Result

Finally, we need to display the calculated result on the console.

## Testing in the Judge System

Test your solution here: https://judge.softuni.org/Contests/Practice/Index/509#3.