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Box
Time Limit: 1000MSMemory Limit: 65536K
Total Submissions: 3996Accepted: 1452

Description

Ivan works at a factory that produces heavy machinery. He has a simple job -- he knocks up wooden boxes of different sizes to pack machinery for delivery to the customers. Each box is a rectangular parallelepiped. Ivan uses six rectangular wooden pallets to make a box. Each pallet is used for one side of the box.

Joe delivers pallets for Ivan. Joe is not very smart and often makes mistakes -- he brings Ivan pallets that do not fit together to make a box. But Joe does not trust Ivan. It always takes a lot of time to explain Joe that he has made a mistake.
Fortunately, Joe adores everything related to computers and sincerely believes that computers never make mistakes. Ivan has decided to use this for his own advantage. Ivan asks you to write a program that given sizes of six rectangular pallets tells whether it is possible to make a box out of them.

Input

Input consists of six lines. Each line describes one pallet and contains two integer numbers w and h (1 <= w, h <= 10 000) -- width and height of the pallet in millimeters respectively.

Output

Write a single word "POSSIBLE" to the output file if it is possible to make a box using six given pallets for its sides. Write a single word "IMPOSSIBLE" if it is not possible to do so.

Sample Input

1345 2584
2584 683
2584 1345
683 1345
683 1345
2584 683

Sample Output

POSSIBLE

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