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A. Petr and a calendar
time limit per test
2 seconds
memory limit per test
256 megabytes
input
standard input
output
standard output

Petr wants to make a calendar for current month. For this purpose he draws a table in which columns correspond to weeks (a week is seven consequent days from Monday to Sunday), rows correspond to weekdays, and cells contain dates. For example, a calendar for January 2017 should look like on the picture:

Petr wants to know how many columns his table should have given the month and the weekday of the first date of that month? Assume that the year is non-leap.

Input

The only line contain two integers m and d (1 ≤ m ≤ 12, 1 ≤ d ≤ 7) — the number of month (January is the first month, December is the twelfth) and the weekday of the first date of this month (1 is Monday, 7 is Sunday).

Output

Print single integer: the number of columns the table should have.

Examples
Input
1 7
Output
6
Input
1 1
Output
5
Input
11 6
Output
5
Note

The first example corresponds to the January 2017 shown on the picture in the statements.

In the second example 1-st January is Monday, so the whole month fits into 5 columns.

In the third example 1-st November is Saturday and 5 columns is enough.