### 2016 Canadian Computing Competition

## Problem J5/S2: Tandem Bicycle

Since time immemorial, the citizens of Dmojistan and Pegland have been at war. Now, they have finally signed a truce. They have decided to participate in a tandem bicycle ride to celebrate the truce. There are `N` citizens from each country. They must be assigned to pairs so that each pair contains one person from Dmojistan and one person from Pegland.

Each citizen has a cycling speed. In a pair, the fastest person will always operate the tandem bicycle while the slower person simply enjoys the ride. In other words, if the members of a pair have speeds `a` and `b`, then the *bike speed* of the pair is max(`a`, `b`). The *total speed* is the sum of the `N` individual *bike speeds*.

For this problem, in each test case, you will be asked to answer one of the two questions:

- Question 1: what is the minimum total speed, out of all possible assignments into pairs?
- Question 2: what is the maximum total speed, out of all possible assignments into pairs?

### Input Format

The first line will contain the type of question you are to solve, which is either 1 or 2.

The second line contains `N` (1 ≤ `N` ≤ 100).

The third line contains `N` space-separated integers: the speeds of the citizens of Dmojistan.

The fourth line contains `N` space-separated integers: the speeds of the citizens of Pegland.

Each person's speed will be an integer between 1 and 1 000 000.

For 8 of the 15 available marks, questions of type 1 will be asked. For 7 of the 15 available marks, questions of type 2 will be asked.

### Output Format

Output the maximum and minimum total speed that answers the question asked.

### Sample Input 1

1 3 5 1 4 6 2 4

### Sample Output 1

12

### Explanation 1

There is a unique optimal solution:

- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 5 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 6.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 1 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 2.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 4 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 4.

### Sample Input 2

2 3 5 1 4 6 2 4

### Sample Output 2

15

### Explanation 2

There are multiple possible optimal solutions. Here is one optimal solution:

- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 5 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 2.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 1 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 6.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 4 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 4.

### Sample Input 3

2 5 202 177 189 589 102 17 78 1 496 540

### Sample Output 3

2016

### Explanation 3

There are multiple possible optimal solutions. Here is one optimal solution:

- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 202 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 1.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 177 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 540.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 189 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 17.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 589 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 78.
- Pair the citizen from Dmojistan with speed 102 and the citizen from Pegland with speed 496.

This sum yields 202 + 540 + 189 + 589 + 496 = 2016.

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**Point Value:** 7

**Time Limit:** 2.00s

**Memory Limit:** 16M

**Added:** Feb 22, 2016

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