Sly Number

Time Limit: Java: 10000 ms / Others: 10000 ms

Memory Limit: Java: 32768 KB / Others: 32768 KB


Let's consider so called "sly number" which is given as an array A of N integers from set {0,1,2}. For example A[0]=1, A[1]=1, A[2]=0 and A[3]=2. A sly number is called ONE, if A[0]=1 and A[I]=0 for I=1,2,��,N-1.

Consider following operation with two sly numbers A and B called 'Star Multiplication':

C[k] = sum 0 to k ( A[i] * B[k-i] ) + sum k+1 to N-1 ( A[i] * B[N+k-i] ).

here C - the result of the operation, even also presented in an array - not necessarily sly number. This operation we will denote by <*> symbol.

Moreover, there is also module operation over the results of 'Star Multiplication':

(C mod Q) [i] = C[i] mod Q,

where Q is a positive integer.

We are given a sly number A and a module Q. We need to find such 'inverse sly number' B:

(A * B) mod Q = ONE.

The input file contains K data sets in text format. The first line of this file contains the number K of test cases. Each test consists of two lines. First line contains two integers separated by spaces: Q (2 <= Q <= 100) and N (5 <= N <= 50). Second line contains N integers from set {0,1,2} separated by spaces, which present sly number A.

The output should be printed on the standard output. It should contain K lines - one line for each test case. If a solution exists, the line should contain the string "A solution can be found". In case there is no solution, the line should consist of string 'No solution'.


2 5
1 0 1 0 1
65 8
1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2


A solution can be found
No solution

In the first sample one possible inverse sly number could be <0 0 1 1 1>.

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