|Codeforces Round #127 (Div. 1)|
Consider some square matrix A with side n consisting of zeros and ones. There are n rows numbered from 1 to n from top to bottom and n columns numbered from 1 to n from left to right in this matrix. We'll denote the element of the matrix which is located at the intersection of the i-row and the j-th column as Ai, j.
Let's call matrix A clear if no two cells containing ones have a common side.
Let's call matrix A symmetrical if it matches the matrices formed from it by a horizontal and/or a vertical reflection. Formally, for each pair (i, j) (1 ≤ i, j ≤ n) both of the following conditions must be met: Ai, j = An - i + 1, j and Ai, j = Ai, n - j + 1.
Let's define the sharpness of matrix A as the number of ones in it.
Given integer x, your task is to find the smallest positive integer n such that there exists a clear symmetrical matrix A with side n and sharpness x.
The only line contains a single integer x (1 ≤ x ≤ 100) — the required sharpness of the matrix.
Print a single number — the sought value of n.
The figure below shows the matrices that correspond to the samples: