An Interesting Sequence

Time Limit: 2000 ms

Memory Limit: 65536 ms


YiYi is a smart boy, he is fascinated in solving eccentric problems. One day when he was reading a book, he came across a very interesting problem. After a few time’s thinking, he finally get the solution. YiYi considers this solution very heuristic, now he decides to show this problem to you so that you can also enjoy the happiness of solving this interesting problem. Here is the description of the problem: Suppose at first you have a sequence, S1, consists of two numbers: 1, 1. According to some rule you can get the sequence Sn from the sequence Sn-1.Once you get Sn-1, you will be asked to insert one n between a and b if a and b are two adjacent numbers in Sn-1 and a + b = n. After you have inserted all possible n you finally get Sn. You can also get the sequence Sn+1 using the same method and so on. For example,S1 = 1,1.Since 1 + 1 = 2, we will insert 2 between two 1s and then we get S2, S2 = 1,2,1. Now we will insert two 3s in the sequence to get S3, as you can see, S3 = 1,3,2,3,1. In the same way, we know S4 = 1,4,3,2,3,4,1, S5 = 1,5,4,3,5,2,5,3,4,5,1 and so on. Here the question comes: give you n, you will be asked to output the number of n in Sn. For example if n = 5, you will output 4 since there are 4 5s in S5.


The first line of the input contains a number k, the number of test cases to solve (1 ≤ k ≤ 200). Each test case consists of a single integer 2 ≤ n ≤ 1010 on a separate line.


For each test case, you are asked to output the number of n in Sn on a line.

Sample Input


Sample Output




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