Leonardo loves primes and created queries where each query takes the form of an integer, . For each , he wants you to count the maximum number of unique prime factors of any number in the inclusive range and then print this value on a new line.

**Note:**Recall that a prime number is only divisible by and itself, and is

*not*a prime number.

**Input Format**

The first line contains an integer, , denoting the number of queries.

Each line of the subsequent lines contains a single integer, .

Each line of the subsequent lines contains a single integer, .

**Constraints**

**Output Format**

For each query, print the maximum number of unique prime factors for any number in the inclusive range on a new line.

**Sample Input**

`6`

1

2

3

500

5000

10000000000

**Sample Output**

`0`

1

1

4

5

10

**Explanation**

- The maximum number of unique prime factors of any number in the inclusive range is , because is not prime and its only factor is itself.
- The maximum number of unique prime factors of any number in the inclusive range is . We already know that the number has prime factors, but has prime factor (itself).
- The maximum number of unique prime factors of any number in the inclusive range is . The number has prime factor (itself), and we already know that the number has prime factor and the number has prime factors.
- The maximum number of unique prime factors in the inclusive range is . The product of our first four unique primes is , and there are no additional unique primes we can multiply that number by that results in a value .

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