## WC '17 Contest 1 S1 - On the Rocks

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Points: 7 (partial)
Time limit: 1.0s
Memory limit: 16M

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##### Woburn Challenge 2017-18 Round 1 - Senior Division

Two teams have just finished playing a riveting round of Canada's national sport, curling, and it's time to tally up their scores! Team has stones in play, with the of them at a distance of cm away from the "button" (the centre of the scoring ring). Meanwhile, Team has stones, with the of them at a distance of cm away from the button. No two stones are equidistant from the button.

If there are no stones in play at all, neither team will score any points. Otherwise, only the single team which owns the closest stone to the button will score points. That team will score point for each of their stones which is closer to the button than all of the other team's stones are. If the other team doesn't even have any stones in play, then each of the scoring team's stones counts for a point.

Please help tally up the two teams' final scores! Note that at least one of these two scores must be equal to .

In test cases worth of the points, and .

#### Input Specification

The first line of input consists of two space-separated integers, and .
The next line consists of integers, .
The next line consists of integers, .

#### Output Specification

Output two space-separated integers, the number of points scored by Teams and respectively.

#### Sample Input

2 4
205 44
33 146 14 45

#### Sample Output

0 2

#### Sample Explanation

Team owns the closest stone to the button (their one), so they'll be the team scoring some points. In particular, their and stones will count for point each. On the other hand, Team 's and stones won't count for any points, as they're further from the button than Team 's stone is.