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Score : $100$ points

### Problem Statement

Given is an integer $r$.

How many times is the area of a circle of radius $r$ larger than the area of a circle of radius $1$?

It can be proved that the answer is always an integer under the constraints given.

### Constraints

• $1 \leq r \leq 100$
• All values in input are integers.

### Input

Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:

$r$


### Output

Print the area of a circle of radius $r$, divided by the area of a circle of radius $1$, as an integer.

### Sample Input 1

2


### Sample Output 1

4


The area of a circle of radius $2$ is $4$ times larger than the area of a circle of radius $1$.

Note that output must be an integer - for example, 4.0 will not be accepted.

### Sample Input 2

100


### Sample Output 2

10000