Published at Aug 22, 2020

# Number of Burgers with No Waste of Ingredients in Python

## Problem:

Given two integers tomatoSlices and cheeseSlices. The ingredients of different burgers are as follows:

- Jumbo Burger: 4 tomato slices and 1 cheese slice.
- Small Burger: 2 Tomato slices and 1 cheese slice.

Return [total_jumbo, total_small] so that the number of remaining tomatoSlices equal to 0 and the number of remaining cheeseSlices equal to 0. If it is not possible to make the remaining tomatoSlices and cheeseSlices equal to 0 return [].

### Example 1:

```
Input: tomatoSlices = 16, cheeseSlices = 7
Output: [1,6]
Explantion:
To make one jumbo burger and 6 small burgers we need 4*1 + 2*6 = 16 tomato and 1 + 6 = 7 cheese. There will be no remaining ingredients.
```

### Example 2:

```
Input: tomatoSlices = 17, cheeseSlices = 4
Output: []
Explantion:
There will be no way to use all ingredients to make small and jumbo burgers.
```

### Example 3:

```
Input: tomatoSlices = 4, cheeseSlices = 17
Output: []
Explantion:
Making 1 jumbo burger there will be 16 cheese remaining and making 2 small burgers there will be 15 cheese remaining.
```

### Example 4:

```
Input: tomatoSlices = 0, cheeseSlices = 0
Output: [0,0]
```

### Example 5:

```
Input: tomatoSlices = 2, cheeseSlices = 1
Output: [0,1]
```

## Constraints:

```
0 <= tomatoSlices <= 10^7
0 <= cheeseSlices <= 10^7
```

## Solution:

```
class Solution:
def numOfBurgers(tomatoSlices, cheeseSlices):
jumboBurger = tomatoSlices - 2 * cheeseSlices
if jumboBurger >= 0 and jumboBurger % 2 == 0:
x = jumboBurger/2
y = cheeseSlices - (jumboBurger / 2)
if x >= 0 and y >= 0:
return [x, y]
else:
return []
return []
print(Solution.numOfBurgers(16, 7))
print(Solution.numOfBurgers(17, 4))
print(Solution.numOfBurgers(4, 17))
print(Solution.numOfBurgers(0, 0))
print(Solution.numOfBurgers(2, 1))
```