Therefore, Angle ABC = 90.
Point M is the midpoint of hypotenuse AC.
You are given the lengths AB and BC.
Your task is to find angle MBC (angle theta, as shown in the figure) in degrees.
The first line contains the length of side AB.
The second line contains the length of side BC.
Lengths AB and BC are natural numbers.
Output angel MBC in degrees.
Note: Round the angle to the nearest integer.
If angle is 56.5000001°, then output 57°.
If angle is 56.5000000°, then output 57°.
If angle is 56.4999999°, then output 56°.