The Last Puzzle

Time Limit: Java: 2000 ms / Others: 2000 ms

Memory Limit: Java: 65536 KB / Others: 65536 KB


There is one last gate between the hero and the dragon. But opening the gate isn't an easy task.

There were n buttons list in a straight line in front of the gate and each with an integer on it. Like other puzzles the hero had solved before, if all buttons had been pressed down in any moment, the gate would open. So, in order to solve the puzzle, the hero must press all the button one by one.

 After some trials, the hero found that those buttons he had pressed down would pop up after a while before he could press all the buttons down. He soon realized that the integer on the button is the time when the button would automatic pop up after pressing it, in units of second. And he measured the distance between every button and the first button, in units of maximum distance the hero could reach per second. Even with this information, the hero could not figure out in what order he should press the buttons. So you talent programmers, are assigned to help him solve the puzzle.

To make the puzzle easier, assuming that the hero always took integral seconds to go from one button to another button and he took no time turnning around or pressing a button down. And the hero could begin from any button.


The input file would contain multiple cases. Each case contains three lines. Process to the end of file.

The first line contains a single integer n(1 ≤ n ≤200), the number of buttons.

The second line contains n integers T1, T2, ..., Tn, where Ti(1 ≤ Ti ≤ 1,000,000) is the time the ith button would automatic pop up after pressing it, in units of second.

The third line contains n integers D1, D2, ..., Dn, where Di(1 ≤ Di ≤ 1,000,000) is the time hero needed to go between the ith button and the first button, in units of second. The sequence will be in ascending order and the first element is always 0.


Output a single line containing n integers which is the sequence of button to press by the hero. If there are multiply sequences, anyone will do. If there is no way for the hero to solve the puzzle, just output "Mission Impossible"(without quote) in a single line.

Sample Input

4 3
0 3
3 3
0 3
5 200 1 2
0 1 2 3

Sample Output

1 2
Mission Impossible
1 2 4 3


In the second sample, no matter which button the hero pressed first, the button would always pop up before he press the other button. So there is no way to make all the button pressed down.


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