Professor Nathan Mathan is crazy about mathematics. For an unknown reason,
he started to write on the blackboard all positive integers starting from 1. After
writing a new number
a, Professor draws lines connecting it with all the
numbers
b that are already on the blackboard and satisfy at least one of
the conditions:
- b + a · a ≡ 0 (mod k),
- a + b · b ≡ 0 (mod k),
where
k is some parameter.
Nobody can persuade him to stop this meaningless procedure. Professor says that
he will stop as soon as there appears a cycle in the graph of the numbers on
the blackboard. But only Professor knows when that will happen and whether it will happen at
all. Help his colleagues determine after which number he will stop.
Input
You are given the integer k (1 ≤ k ≤ 100000).
Output
Output the number after which the first cycle will appear in the graph. If it
never happens, output −1.
Sample
Notes
In example after Professor had written all integers from 1 to 4 the graph contained edges
(1, 3) and (2, 4). After writing number 5, Professor connects it with numbers 1 and 3,
so the cycle 1-5-3-1 appears in the graph.
Problem Author: Pavel Egorov
Problem Source: USU Open Personal Contest 2009 (February 28, 2009)