While doing homework for computer science class, you stumble across an interesting problem asking you to simulate the popular game Fizz Fuzz. The rules for Fizz Fuzz are as follows: Simultaneously keep track of two numbers, both starting from 1, the first number increasing by one each round, the other number increasing by two each round. Every time you reach a number that is divisible by 7, output `Fizz`

. Every time you reach a number divisible by 13, output `Fuzz`

. If the number is divisible by both 13 and 7, instead of outputting `Fizz`

or `Fuzz`

, output `Fizz Fuzz`

(the output might get confusing!). Otherwise, output the number. Can you simulate this game for rounds?

#### Input Specification

The first and only line of input has one integer, .

#### Output Specification

You should output lines. the line should correspond with the round. That is, output the two numbers (or strings) space separated.

#### Constraints

#### Sample Input

`9`

#### Sample Output

```
1 1
2 3
3 5
4 Fizz
5 9
6 11
Fizz Fuzz
8 15
9 17
```

**Note:** As a further example, if the 2 numbers happen to be 91 and 91, you need to print `Fizz Fuzz Fizz Fuzz`

.

## Comments

I'm getting wrong answers on test cases 3-10, however, other IDEs output the correct answer when I run the program. I've checked over my code and it seems okay. Is there a reason why I'm not getting them right?

try running the code through your head if num1 or num2 is equal to 91