### ** infiniteseq**

### Title

### Problem Statement

How many infinite sequences `a`_{1}, a_{2}, ... consisting of {`{1, ... ,n}`} satisfy the following conditions?

- The
`n`-th and subsequent elements are all equal. That is, if `n ≤ i,j`, `a`_{i} = a_{j}.
- For every integer
`i`, the `a`_{i} elements immediately following the `i`-th element are all equal. That is, if `i < j < k≤ i+a`_{i}, `a`_{j} = a_{k}.

Find the count modulo `10`^{9}+7.

### Constraints

### Input

Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:

`n`

### Output

Print how many sequences satisfy the conditions, modulo `10`^{9}+7.

### Sample Input 1

2

### Sample Output 1

4

The four sequences that satisfy the conditions are:

`1, 1, 1, ...`
`1, 2, 2, ...`
`2, 1, 1, ...`
`2, 2, 2, ...`

### Sample Input 2

654321

### Sample Output 2

968545283