Harsh just loves numbers and loves to have fun with them . Apparently he has two numbers with him , say X and Y . Both of them are integers . Now from these numbers he wants another number , say L . But he doesn’t know how to derive it and needs your help . Given the two numbers you can add one to another , and you can do this any number of times . For example, you can add X to Y , or Y to X , and this can be done until any combination makes either X equal to L or Y equal to L .

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“Well , this might actually lead to a solution”, said Harsh, ”but can you do it in a minimum number of operations ?”.
Output Format:
For each test case, output the required minimum number of operations .
Constraints:
1<= T <=20
1<= L <=1000000
Just to make this problem a little simple let’s assume both the values of X and Y is 1 .
please suggest me some approach for this . Also , if X ,Y are not 1 , then how will this problem be solved?
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