**Compilation/Execution Result:**

19.85%

Given a quadratic equation in the form ax^{2} + bx + c, find **floor** of roots of it. For example floor of 5.6 is 5.

**Input: **First line contains an integer, the number of test cases 'T'. Each test case should contain three positive numbers a,b and c.

**Output: ** If roots of equations exits, then print the two roots separated by space (Higher valued root should be printed before lower valued). Else if a = 0, then print "Invalid" as equation is not quadratic. If roots are imaginary, then print "Imaginary"

**Constraints:**

1<=T<=50

1<=a<=1000

1<=b<=1000

1<=c<=1000

**Example:**

Input:

3

1 -2 1

1 -7 12

1 4 8

Output:

1 1

4 3

Imaginary

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