# Example 50: Paper Sizes

Learn how to calculate the size of various types of paper and then print them.

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## Problem

The paper of size A0 has dimensions 1189 mm x 841 mm. Therefore, each subsequent size A(n) is defined as A(n-1) cut in half parallel to its shorter sides.

Write a program that takes the parameters given below and displays the dimensions of A0 to A3-sized papers on the console.

• Smallest paper size: 0
• Greatest paper size: 4 (A4 won’t be included)
• A0 length
• A0 Width

## Example

Input Output
0, 4, 1189, 841 1189,841 841,594 594,420 420,297

## Try it yourself

Try to solve this question on your own in the code widget below. If you get stuck, you can always refer to the solution provided.

Note: Do not change the print statement given in the exercise below.

Note: While printing, the dimensions of a paper should be comma-separated, and each type of paper should be space-separated like given below:

1189,841 841,594

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