Sunit and Abhay were playing a game. They are intelligent so they always play
most optimally. The game was something like this, they had table in shape of
a regular polygon of n-sides having each side of length 'l'. They also borrowed
infinite amount of circular plates of same size (radius 'r') from their mess. Now
they started playing. They will put circular plates on the table one by one. The
plates should not overlap each other and also none of its part should come out of
table. The person who is not able to put the next plate will lose. Now while they
were playing, Harsh made a visit to them. Harsh got quite fascinated on seeing
the game and wanted to predicted the results. He also has a thinking that Sunit
and Abhay both are a member of Illuminati brotherhood. So, they will never play
a game on table with odd number of sides and will declare result as draw. But
since Harsh is a ten pointer, he solves his tutorials on time, and he has to do one
today. So he asks your help to predict the result of game.

Assume Sunit puts the first plate always.

**Constraints:**
Time Limit: 5 sec

Testcases 't'<=20

3<=n<=15

0
0

**Input:**
First line contains t.

Next t lines contain 3 integers: n, l and r.

**Output:**
T line containing the predicted result: Sunit, Abhay or Draw

Sample

Input:

3

452

6 1 100

3 56 13

**Output:**
Sunit

Abhay

Draw

Explanation:

In first case Sunit will put the first plate in the middle of the table leaving
Abhay nowhere to put the next plate and will win. In the second case, Sunit has
insufficient space to put even the first plate, so Abhay wins. In the third case, the
table has odd number of sides, so the match is drawn.