Score : $500$ points
Snuke is conducting an optical experiment using mirrors and his new invention, the rifle of Mysterious Light.
Three mirrors of length $N$ are set so that they form an equilateral triangle. Let the vertices of the triangle be $a, b$ and $c$.
Inside the triangle, the rifle is placed at the point $p$ on segment $ab$ such that $ap = X$. (The size of the rifle is negligible.) Now, the rifle is about to fire a ray of Mysterious Light in the direction of $bc$.
The ray of Mysterious Light will travel in a straight line, and will be reflected by mirrors, in the same ways as "ordinary" light. There is one major difference, though: it will be also reflected by its own trajectory as if it is a mirror! When the ray comes back to the rifle, the ray will be absorbed.
The following image shows the ray's trajectory where $N = 5$ and $X = 2$.
It can be shown that the ray eventually comes back to the rifle and is absorbed, regardless of the values of $N$ and $X$. Find the total length of the ray's trajectory.
The input is given from Standard Input in the following format:
Print the total length of the ray's trajectory.
Refer to the image in the Problem Statement section. The total length of the trajectory is $2+3+2+2+1+1+1 = 12$.