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In a candy store there are **N** different types of candies available and the prices of all the N different types of candies are provided to you.

You are now provided with an attractive offer.

You can buy a single candy from the store and get atmost **K** other candies ( all are different types ) for free.

Now you have to answer two questions. Firstly, you have to tell what is the **minimum amount of money** you have to spend to buy all the** N **different candies. Secondly, you have to tell what is the **maximum amount of money** you have to spend to buy all the N different candies.

In both the cases you must utilize the offer i.e. you buy one candy and get **K **other candies for free.

**Input **

The first line of the input contains **T** the number of test cases. Each test case consists of two lines. The first line of each test case contains the values of **N** and **K** as described above. Then in the next line **N** integers follow denoting the price of each of the** N** different candies.

**Output **

For each test case output a single line containing **2** space separated integers , the first denoting the **minimum amount of money required to be spent **and the second denoting the **maximum amount of money to be spent**.

Remember to output the answer of each test case in a new line.

**Constraints**

1 <= **T **<= 50

1 <= **N **<= 1000

0 <= **K** <= N-1

1 <= **Ai** <= 100

**Expected Time Complexity : **O(nlogn)

**Example:**

**Input **

1

4 2

3 2 1 4

**Output **

** **3 7

**Explanation**

As according to the offer if you but one candy you can take atmost two more for free.

So in the first case you buy the candy which costs 1 and take candies worth 3 and 4 for free, also you buy candy worth 2 as well.

So **min cost** = 1+2 =3.

In the second case I buy the candy which costs 4 and take candies worth 1 and 2 for free, also I buy candy worth 3 as well.

So **max cost** = 3+4 =7.

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