The favorite resting place of the Ural programmers is Threenland island. There is only one tribulation: dollars and euro don’t go about here. So the tourists are to exchange their money into threets (the currency of Threenland). There go about 1 threet, 3 threets, 9 threets, 27 threets, …, 3k threets, … Once programmer Vasechkin, after the N-threets bill was given to him found out, that he’d got one paper of each denomination. Waiters in Threenland have a custom to keep the change. Waiters like to get the tip that can be presented by a set of papers in which paper of each denomination appears not more than once. Otherwise their feelings are hurt. They have a peeve on a client if they don’t get tips at all. Help please Vasechkin to pay for the dinner and not to hurt the waiter.
consists of an integer N. 1 ≤ N ≤ 107.
Output two integers separated with a space – that is the sum that Vasechkin is to pay and an amount of tips. If there are several solutions choose any of them. If there is no solution output 0. Remember that Ural programmers are not rich, so Vasechkin can’t pay more than 4294967291 threets.
Problem Author: Alexander Ipatov
Problem Source: Open collegiate programming contest for high school children of the Sverdlovsk region, October 11, 2003