Fibonacci number *f*(*i*) appear in a variety of puzzles in nature and math, including packing problems, family trees or Pythagorean triangles. They obey the rule *f*(*i*) = *f*(*i* - 1) + *f*(*i* - 2), where we set *f*(0) = 1 = *f*(-1).

Let *V* and *d* be two certain positive integers and be *N* ≡ 1001 a constant. Consider a set of *V* nodes, each node *i* having a Fibonacci label *F*[*i*] = (*f*(*i*) mod N) assigned for *i* = 1,..., *V* ≤ N. If |*F*(*i*) - *F*(*j*)| < *d*, then the nodes *i* and *j* are connected.

Given *V* and *d*, how many connected subsets of nodes will you obtain?

Figure 1: There are 4 connected subsets for *V* = 20 and *d* = 100.

Each data set is defined as one line with two integers as follows:

*Line 1*: Number of nodes *V* and the distance *d*.

Input includes several data sets (i.e., several lines). The number of dat sets is less than or equal to 50.

- 1 ≤ V ≤ 1000
- 1 ≤ d ≤ 150

Output line contains one integer - the number of connected subsets - for each input line.

5 5 50 1 13 13

2 50 8