Permutations with Divisibility
Application of Backtracking

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Problem Statement:
Suppose you have n integers from 1 through n.
A permutation of those n integers is considered a Divisible Permutation if for every i, where 1 <= i <= n, either of the following is true:
 perm[i] is divisible by i.
 i is divisible by perm[i].
Given an integer n, find the total number of the valid Divisible Permutations.
Example 1:
Input: n = 2
Output: 2
Explanation:
The first Divisible Permutation is [1,2]:
 permutation[1] = 1 is divisible by i = 1
 permutation[2] = 2 is divisible by i = 2
The second Divisible Permutation is [2,1]:
 permutation[1] = 2 is divisible by i = 1
 i = 2 is divisible by permutation[2] = 1
Solution:
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