Problems

# Testing

# Testing

This year Andrew must pass testing at school including math course. He aggressively prepare himself - he already solves complex trigonometric equations easily do stereometry, but with rational numbers (fractions) things are bad, especially with their addition. He even afraids to make a mistake in writing the testing program. Do it for him. Recall that a rational number is defined as an irreducible fraction, where the numerator is an integer, and the denominator is a natural number.

#### Input

Four integer - the numerator and denominator of the first fraction and the numerator and denominator of the second fraction. All numbers are not greater `10`

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#### Output

Print the numerator and denominator of the fraction's sum.

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Input example #1

4 9 5 7

Output example #1

73 63

Input example #2

2 3 -1 6

Output example #2

1 2