Description:

I’ve read many problems in my ICPC career, sometimes the meaning of a problem often makes me confused.

When I read a problem more than three times and still can’t get the idea what is the problem saying about, I may become like this

or

I hope you won’t be the above person after you read this problem.

Mr. Zstu and Mr. Hdu get a set of numbers {A1,A2,...,An}, they have different opinions about the beautiful value of the set.

Mr. Zstu defines the beautiful value like this:

Make the set become a sequence, the beautiful value of the sequence is the sum of all the interval’s gcd(greatest common divisor), and the beautiful value of the set is the sum of the beautiful value of all the possible sequence. For example, set{1,2,3} can be six different sequence {1,2,3},{1,3,2},{2,1,3},{2,3,1},{3,1,2},{3,2,1}.

Mr. Hdu defines the beautiful value like this:

For k from 1 to n, choose k numbers of the set, and calculate the gcd of the k numbers. The beautiful value of the k numbers is k * (gcd of the k chosen numbers). The beautiful value of the set is the sum of all of the beautiful value of k numbers.

Which beautiful value is larger, Mr. Zstu and Mr. Hdu invite the judge Mr. Xiasha to help.

Given that both of the value are too big, the stupid Mr. Xiasha mod both of the values by 258280327, so here is the question, which value is bigger after mod operation?

Input:

There are multiple test cases.

Each test case begins with an integer n(1≤n≤100000)

The next line is n integers A1,A2,...,An

All of the integers are between 1 and 100000.

Output:

For each test case, if the beautiful value is equal between Mr. Zstu and Mr. Hdu, output “Equal”, followed the beautiful value , otherwise output the person’s name with bigger beautiful value and followed the beautiful value.

Sample Input:

2 2 3 1 233

Sample Output:

Mr. Zstu 12 Equal 233

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