As a part of the mission ‘Beautification of Dhaka City’, the government has decided to replace all the old lampposts with new expensive ones. Since the new ones are quite expensive and the budget is not up to the requirement, the government has decided to buy the minimum number of lampposts required to light the whole city. Dhaka city can be modeled as an undirected graph with no cycles, multi-edges or loops. There are several roads and junctions. A lamppost can only be placed on junctions. These lampposts can emit light in all the directions, and that means a lamppost that is placed in a junction will light all the roads leading away from it. The ‘Dhaka City Corporation’ has given you the road map of Dhaka city. You are hired to find the minimum number of lampposts that will be required to light the whole city. These lampposts can then be placed on the required junctions to provide the service. There could be many combinations of placing these lampposts that will cover all the roads. In that case, you have to place them in such a way that the number of roads receiving light from two lampposts is maximized. Input There will be several cases in the input file. The first line of input will contain an integer T (T ≤ 30) that will determine the number of test cases. Each case will start with two integers N (N ≤ 1000) and M (M < N) that will indicate the number of junctions and roads respectively. The junctions are numbered from 0 to N − 1. Each of the next M lines will contain two integers a and b, which implies there is a road from junction a to b, (0 ≤ a,b < N) and a ̸= b. There is a blank line separating two consecutive input sets. Output For each line of input, there will be one line of output. Each output line will contain 3 integers, with one space separating two consecutive numbers. The first of these integers will indicate the minimum number of lampposts required to light the whole city. The second integer will be the number of roads that are receiving lights from two lampposts and the third integer will be the number of roads that are receiving light from only one lamppost. Sample Input 2 43 01 12 23 54 01 02 03 04

2/2 Sample Output 212 104