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Sharing is caring, and slices of pizza to give away and split evenly among his friends, how many slices can he give to each, and how many will be left over?

loves to share. If he has#### Input

One line consisting of 2 integers and .

#### Output

For each test case, output 1 line containing the number of slices each friend will get followed by the number of slices left over.

#### Sample Input

`5 2`

#### Sample Output

`2 1`

#### Sample Input

`9 3`

#### Sample Output

`3 0`

#### Explanation

For the 1st test case, he has 5 slices and 2 friends. He can give each friend 2 slices with 1 left over.

For the 2nd case, he has 9 slices and 3 friends. He can give 3 to each friend, splitting them evenly with none left over.

## Comments

Not sure what's going on with my code, but I've tried numerous test cases on my ide and they go through and the sample case works but I'm getting WA. I tried to use modular arithemetic but I am getting WA