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## Learning Opportunities

This puzzle can be solved using the following concepts. Practice using these concepts and improve your skills.

## Goal

This was a puzzle invented and solved by Chinese during the 3rd to 5th centuries AD, with innovative solution steps recorded in Mathematical treaties of that era. Translated the text into modern terminologies:

Let x be an integer. Divide x by 3, remains 2; divide x by 5, remains 3; divide x by 7, remains 2. Find the minimum value of x.

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Beware, the moduli you are given may not be pairwise coprime. Moreover, your answer must always be as small as possible while being greater than or equal to every modulo in input. For instance, if you are asked for an integer x such that:
- it remains 3 when dividing x by 8
- it remains 11 when dividing x by 15
- it remains 1 when dividing x by 10,
then the answer is 131. In this example, 11 is not a valid answer since it is less than 15 (the modulo in the second constraint).
Input
Line 1: An integer N for the number of given conditions.
Next N lines: Two space separated integers m and r for the divisor and remainder of a condition where
x mod m = r
Output
Line 1 : The minimum value of x fulfilling all the given conditions, and at the same time x >= all of the given m.
Constraints
1 ≤ N ≤ 10
0 ≤ r
0 < x < 2 ^32
Example
Input
```3
3 2
5 3
7 2
```
Output
`23`

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