B. Petr and Permutations
time limit per test
2 seconds
memory limit per test
256 megabytes
standard input
standard output

Petr likes to come up with problems about randomly generated data. This time problem is about random permutation. He decided to generate a random permutation this way: he takes identity permutation of numbers from $$$1$$$ to $$$n$$$ and then $$$3n$$$ times takes a random pair of different elements and swaps them. Alex envies Petr and tries to imitate him in all kind of things. Alex has also come up with a problem about random permutation. He generates a random permutation just like Petr but swaps elements $$$7n+1$$$ times instead of $$$3n$$$ times. Because it is more random, OK?!

You somehow get a test from one of these problems and now you want to know from which one.


In the first line of input there is one integer $$$n$$$ ($$$10^{3} \le n \le 10^{6}$$$).

In the second line there are $$$n$$$ distinct integers between $$$1$$$ and $$$n$$$ — the permutation of size $$$n$$$ from the test.

It is guaranteed that all tests except for sample are generated this way: First we choose $$$n$$$ — the size of the permutation. Then we randomly choose a method to generate a permutation — the one of Petr or the one of Alex. Then we generate a permutation using chosen method.


If the test is generated via Petr's method print "Petr" (without quotes). If the test is generated via Alex's method print "Um_nik" (without quotes).

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Please note that the sample is not a valid test (because of limitations for $$$n$$$) and is given only to illustrate input/output format. Your program still has to print correct answer to this test to get AC.

Due to randomness of input hacks in this problem are forbidden.