# Math problems 6-8 grade

# Wall

Vasily Pupkin decided to stick the wallpaper on the wall of size **n** meters in height and **m** meters in width. As you know, the sold wallpaper rolls have **1** meter in width and **k** meters in length. They are glued on the wall vertically - from floor to ceiling. Vasily wants to glue the wallpaper without horizontal joints, with solid strips only (one solid piece is glued from the ceiling to the floor). From a roll you can cut a piece the size you want. Of course, if you leave a piece of a smaller size, it will go to waste. What is the smallest number of rolls you should buy and how many meters of Vasyl's wallpaper will go to waste?

#### Input

Three integers **n**, **m** and **k** (**1** ≤ **n** ≤ **100**, **1** ≤ **m** ≤ **100**, **n** ≤ **k** ≤ **100**).

#### Output

Print two numbers - the minimum number of rolls to buy and the total length of loose wallpaper.

6 7 20

3 18

2 5 5

3 5