The Power of Substitution

A substitution cipher uses a substitution table that for each letter $x$ in the alphabet assigns another (possibly the same) letter $p[x]$ in the same alphabet. A message $m_1\, m_2\, m_3\, m_4$ is then encrypted as $E_ p(m_1\, m_2\, m_3\, m_4)=p[m_1]\, p[m_2]\, p[m_3]\, p[m_4]$. This only works if $p$ is one-to-one. That is, $p$ has the property that $p[x] = p[x’]$ only if $x=x’$.

Now consider the idea of iterating this, i.e., to encrypt the encryption by applying the substitution table again. We can therefore define substitution to the power $k$, denoted $E^ k_ p()$ by

\begin{eqnarray*} E^0_ p(m_1\ldots m_\ell ) & = & m_1\ldots m_\ell \\ E^{k+1}_ p(m_1\ldots m_\ell ) & = & E_ p(E^ k_ p(m_1\ldots m_\ell )) \end{eqnarray*}

Now, given $m_1\ldots m_\ell $, $c_1\ldots c_\ell $, and $p[]$, we might ask (and we will!) for a $k$ such that $E_ p^ k(m_1\ldots m_\ell ) = c_1\ldots c_\ell $.

In our case the alphabet will have $100$ symbols denoted $1, 2,\ldots , 100$. You will be given a message, $m$, a cryptotext, $c$, and a substitution table, $p$. You are to find a $k$ such that $E^ k_ p(c)=d$. Specifically, we want such a $k$ in the interval $0\leq k\leq 10^9$ (there will always be a solution for the test cases).

Input

The input starts with an integer $1 \le N \le 20$ on a line by itself. This is the number of test cases.

A test case consists of four lines: first a single integer $L$ which is the size of the message (at least $1$, at most $200$), second a line with $L$ numbers (the message $m$), third a line with $L$ numbers (the crypto text $c$) and finally a line with $100$ numbers giving the substitution table $p[]$ (the first number is $p[1]$, the second is $p[2]$ and so on).

You can assume that the numbers in the message and crypto text are all integers that are at least $1$ and at most $100$. You can assume the same for $p$, and furthermore that $p$ is one-to-one.

Output

For each test case output a single integer $k$ on a line by itself. This $k$ should be non-negative and at most $10^9$, and obviously satisfy $E^ k_ p(m)=c$.

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