##### DWITE Online Computer Programming Contest, January 2010, Problem 1

As social media gets more popular, there are all kinds of people beginning to join online social networks. Some want to better connect with their friends, others amass a following to spam to with the links to their blog (on the topics of amassing online followings…), while yet another group has relapsed into their childhood memories of *catching them all*. At what point does *"friending"* turn into a game? Let's try to find out.

The input will contain 5 lines, integers , a number of "friends" in one's social network.

The output file will contain 5 lines, each corresponding to the corresponding result, an integer (rounded to closest whole number) number of minutes each "friend" gets dedicated to them, in a month, assuming a month means 30 days, and there are 5 hours of solid non-stop online socializing happening with this particular network.

*For example:* there are hours of available time, so for those with 150 contacts, each contact gets, on average, just 1 hour (60 minutes), of personal attention per month.

#### Sample Input

```
150
1
9000
500
501
```

#### Sample Output

```
60
9000
1
18
18
```

Problem Resource: DWITE

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