Cutting an integer means to cut a K digits long integer Z into two integers of (K/2) digits long integers A and B. For example, after cutting Z = 167334, we have A = 167 and B = 334. It is interesting to see that Z can be devided by the product of A and B, as 167334 / (167 x 334) = 3. Given an integer Z, you are supposed to test if it is such an integer.
Each input file contains one test case. For each case, the first line gives a positive integer N (<= 20). Then N lines follow, each gives an integer Z (10<=Z<=231). It is guaranteed that the number of digits of Z is an even number.
For each case, print a single line “Yes” if it is such a number, or “No” if not.