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“Drat!” cursed Charles. “This stupid carry bar is not working in my Engine! I just tried to calculate the square of a number, but it’s wrong; all of the carries are lost.”

“Hmm,” mused Ada, “arithmetic without carries! I wonder if I can figure out what your original input was, based on the result I see on the Engine.”

Carryless addition, denoted by $\oplus$, is the same as normal addition, except any carries are ignored (in base $10$). Thus, $37 \oplus 48$ is $75$, not $85$.

Carryless multiplication, denoted by $\otimes$, is performed using the schoolboy algorithm for multiplication, column by column, but the intermediate additions are calculated using carryless addition. More formally, Let $a_ m a_{m-1} \ldots a_1 a_0$ be the digits of $a$, where $a_0$ is its least significant digit. Similarly define $b_ n b_{n-1} \ldots b_1 b_0$ be the digits of $b$. The digits of $c = a \otimes b$ are given by the following equation:

$c_ k = \left( a_0 b_ k \oplus a_1 b_{k-1} \oplus \cdots \oplus a_{k-1} b_1 \oplus a_ k b_0 \right) \bmod {10},$

where any $a_ i$ or $b_ j$ is considered zero if $i > m$ or $j > n$. For example, $9 \otimes 1\, 234$ is $9\, 876$, $90 \otimes 1\, 234$ is $98\, 760$, and $99 \otimes 1\, 234$ is $97\, 536$.

Given $N$, find the smallest positive integer $a$ such that $a \otimes a = N$.

Input

The input consists of a single line with a positive integer $N$, with at most $25$ digits and no leading zeros.

Output

Print, on a single line, the least positive number $a$ such that $a \otimes a = N$. If there is no such $a$, print ‘-1’ instead.

Sample Input 1 Sample Output 1
6

4

Sample Input 2 Sample Output 2
149

17

Sample Input 3 Sample Output 3
123476544

11112

Sample Input 4 Sample Output 4
15

-1

CPU Time limit 1 second
Memory limit 1024 MB