## Arrange Numbers

Time Limit: 1 sec
Memory Limit: 756 MB
Attempts: 164
Accuracy: 1.83%
Author: Gulshan

Person A appears for an entrance test to 'ABC academy'. He is given the following question:-
Arrange the natural numbers from 1 to n such that the absolute value of differences between the consecutive numbers >= k. Write the maximum value of k possible.

He doesn't know how to solve this problem completely but his intuition tells him that k <= n. So, he uses his lucky number(1024) and gives the answer as k=(1024 % n)+1 for all the cases. He will pass if he can answer at least (1/2) of the t questions correctly.(NOTE: for t=odd A passes for (t-1)/2 correct answers.)

### # TASKS TO PERFORM are explained below in Output section.

### Input

The 1st line contains t = no. of questions
The next t lines contain a single integer n.

### Output

For each n print the correct value of k in a new line.
IN THE (t+1)th line PRINT "PASS" if he passes or "FAIL" if he fails.

### Constraints

t<=1e3

2<=n<=1e4

Time Limit = 1s

### Example

### Input:

2

2

3

### Output

1

1

PASS

### Explanation:

The answers given by A are:-

(1024%2)+1 = 1

(1024%3)+1 = 2

For n=2: numbers can only be arranged as [1 2] or [2 1]. Thus, k=1.

For n=3: [2 1 3] (2-1 = 1), (3-1=2) so k=1. Other arrangements give k=1 too.

So, he answered correctly 1 question out of 2. (1/2) of 2 gives 1. So, he passes.
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