# Active Commute Challenge

To improve fitness, a software developer decides to incorporate walking into their daily routine by walking to and from their workplace. The distance from their home to the workplace is $X$ kilometers.

Given that the developer works $5$ days a week, calculate the total distance traveled to and from work over a week.

## Input Format

- The first line contains $T$, the number of test cases. Following this are the test cases.
- Each test case is presented as a single line containing a single integer $X$.

## Output Format

For each test case, display the total kilometers traveled for office commutes over a week.

## Constraints

- $1 \leq T \leq 10$
- $1 \leq X \leq 10$

## Sample Test Cases (and explanations)

### Case #1:

Input:

`4 1 3 7 10`

Output:

`10 30 70 100`

#### Explanation

**Test case $1$:** With the workplace $1$ km away, the daily round trip amounts to $2$ kms. Over a week of $5$ workdays, this equates to $2\cdot 5 = 10$ kms.

**Test case $2$:** With the workplace $3$ kms away, the daily round trip is $6$ kms. This results in a weekly total of $6\cdot 5 = 30$ kms.

**Test case $3$:** With the workplace $7$ kms away, the daily commute is $14$ kms. Over the week, this adds up to $14\cdot 5 = 70$ kms.

**Test case $4$:** For a workplace $10$ kms away, the daily round trip is $20$ kms, leading to a weekly total of $20\cdot 5 = 100$ kms.