Problem 2: Find the Numbers, *(K
Narayan Kumar, CMI)*

This is a rather simple problem to describe. You will be given
three numbers *S*, *P* and *k*. Your task is
to find if there are integers *n _{1}*,

*n*,...,

_{2}*n*such that

_{k}*n*+

_{1}*n*+...+

_{2}*n*=

_{k}*S*,

*n**

_{1}*n** ... *

_{2}*n*=

_{k}*P*. If such integers exist, print them out. If no such sequence of integers exist, then print "NO".

For example if *S*=11, *P*=48 and *k*=3
then 3, 4 and 4 is a solution. On the other hand, if *S*=11,
*P*=100 and *k*=3, there is no solution and you
should print "NO".

Input format

A single line with three integers *S*, *P* and
*k*.

Output format

</>A single word "NO" or a seqence of *k* integers
*n _{1}*,

*n*,...,

_{2}*n*on a single line. (The

_{k}*n*'s must add up to

_{i}*S*and their product must be

*P*).

Test data

You may assume that 1 ≤ *k* ≤ 4, 1 ≤ S ≤ 1000 and 1 ≤ P ≤
1000.

Example

We now illustrate the input and output formats using some examples.

Sample input 1:

11 48 3

Sample output 1:

3 4 4

Sample input 2:

11 100 3

Sample output 2:

NO

CPU Timelimit: | 3 seconds |

Memory limit: | 64M |

Grading style: | ioi |