# permutation problem

Rohan was asked to solve the following problem:

For any given permutation in range(1,2,3…n), Rohan calculates two values S1 and S2.

where,

S1 = number of pairs(i , j) in that permutation such that i < j and perm[i] > perm[j] and

S2 = Sum(max(0 , i - perm[i])) where perm[i] is the value present at index i in the current permutation.

For example : For permutation(4, 1, 2, 3)

Value of S1 = 3 ( {4 , 1} , {4 , 2} , {4 , 3} )

S2 = max(0 , 1 - 4) + max(0 , 2 - 1) + max(0 , 3 - 2) + max(0 , 4 - 3) = 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 3

We can see value of both S1 and S2 are equal.

Now you are provided the length of permutation and some initial value of permutation, you have to count the total number

of valid permutation of given length such that for each permutation value of S1 and S2 are equal.

##### Input Format

First line contain length of the permutation ( N )

Second line contain length of the initial prefix ( K )

Next K lines contain a single integer

1<= length<= 30

##### Output Format

You need to print in how many ways(integer only) we can augment the prefix to a complete permutation so that the Rohan’s algorithm gives correct results.

(Output your result in range(-2^31 to 2^31 - 1))

Note : Output should be -1 if input is invalid.

##### Sample TestCase 1
###### Input

5
2
1
4

could you solve the sum?

Can anyone suggest some approach to solve this problem?

please provide the solution to this!!! or at least provide explanation to the output