## VOCV - Con-Junctions

The city of Y-O is a network of two-way streets and junctions with the following properties:

1. There is no more than one street between each pair of junctions.
2. Every junction is connected to every other junction either directly via a street or through other junctions by a unique path.
3. When a light is placed at a junction, all the streets meeting at this junction are also lit.

A valid lighting is a set of junctions such that if lights were placed at these, all the streets would be lit. An optimal lighting is a valid lighting such that it contains the least number of junctions.

The task is divided into two subtasks:

1. Find the number of lights in an optimal lighting.
2. Find the total number of such optimal lightings in the city.

### Input

• The first line of the input contains a positive integer t <= 20, denoting the number of test cases.
• The description of the test cases follows one after the other.
• Network Description:
• The first line of description of a network consists of a positive integer n <= 100010 denoting the number of junctions in the network.
• Each junction is numbered with a unique integer between 1 and n.
• The following n-1 lines contain a pair of integers u v (1 <= u,v <= n) separated by a single space denoting that there is a street between junction u and junction v.

### Output

The output must consist of t lines, the kth line corresponding to the kth network; (1 <= k <= t). The kth line must contain two integers separated by a single space. The first integer on the kth line must be the number of junctions in an optimal lighting of network k. The second integer must be N%10007, which is the remainder left by the number of optimal lightings when divided by 10007.

Input:
2
4
1 2
2 3
3 4
3
1 2
1 3

Output:
2 3
1 1