## FIBOSUM - Fibonacci Sum

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The Fibonacci sequence is defined by the following relation:

• F(0) = 0
• F(1) = 1
• F(N) = F(N - 1) + F(N - 2), N >= 2

Your task is very simple. Given two non-negative integers N and M, you have to calculate the sum (F(N) + F(N + 1) + ... + F(M)) mod 1000000007.

### Input

The first line contains an integer T (the number of test cases). Then, T lines follow. Each test case consists of a single line with two non-negative integers N and M.

### Output

For each test case you have to output a single line containing the answer for the task.

### Example

```Input:
3
0 3
3 5
10 19

Output:
4
10
10857```

### Constraints

• T <= 1000
• 0 <= N <= M <= 109 Ouditchya Sinha: 2013-09-11 15:50:43 @Rafael Perrella : Thank you for answering my question & congratulations for solving this problem in 0.00s. :) Yes, I solved this using matrix exponentiation. O(__builtin_popcount(N)) is definitely better than O( log(N) ). Can you please provide any link where this type of algorithm is discussed? Or maybe we can start a thread on forum? @Rafael Perrella : Thank You for sharing your Algorithm!! I'll try to understand it. :) Last edit: 2013-09-12 12:09:37 Rafael Perrella: 2013-09-11 12:05:03 @Mayank 999975531 @Ouditchya Did you calculate F(N) using matrix exponentiation? It's not fast enough to get 0.00, I guess. My algorithm, for a given N, calculates F(N) in O(__builtin_popcount(N)) time, with a really small constant. I wrote this algorithm based on the following property: F(n+k) = F(k)F(n+1) + F(k-1)F(n) YoungMoon KO: 2013-09-07 04:37:52 Excellent problem. I've learned a lot of things about Fibonacci sequence. Refers http://www.maths.surrey.ac.uk/hosted-sites/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fibFormula.html#exact Last edit: 2013-09-07 04:38:51 hiddenman: 2013-09-06 20:40:18 gud 1 learn a lot abt fibo series....... :) Ouditchya Sinha: 2013-08-26 20:04:43 How is 0.00s possible? I can only get 0.01s. Anubhav Balodhi : 2013-08-25 09:33:06 got ac in 3rd try, learnt a lot about fibonacci numbers :D Amitayush Thakur: 2013-08-19 13:06:10 good question to learn application of Divide and conquer :) Vijay Jain: 2013-07-10 17:57:08 after that u may try solving this question: http://www.spoj.com/problems/BUILDTOW/ Joey Tribbiani: 2013-07-09 09:26:47 How do you store the fibonacci number? As in how to store F(1000000000). Cant use long long int, overflows. No_words: 2013-06-20 20:51:55 Nice Question. Learned a lot ! :)