## Qualify the round solution codechef

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In a coding contest, there are two types of problems:

- Easy problems, which are worth 11 point each
- Hard problems, which are worth 22 points each

To qualify for the next round, a contestant must score at least XX points. Chef solved AA Easy problems and BB Hard problems. Will Chef qualify or not?

### Qualify the round solution codechef Input Format

- The first line of input contains a single integer TT, denoting the number of test cases. The description of TT test cases follows.
- Each test case consists of a single line of input containing three space-separated integers — X,AX,A, and BB.

### Output Format

For each test case, output a new line containing the answer — `Qualify`

if Chef qualifies for the next round, and `NotQualify`

otherwise.

Each character of the answer may be printed in either uppercase or lowercase. For example, if the answer is `Qualify`

, outputs such as `qualify`

, `quALiFy`

, `QUALIFY`

and `QuAlIfY`

will also be accepted as correct.

### Constraints Qualify the round solution codechef

- 1≤T≤1001≤T≤100
- 1≤X≤1001≤X≤100
- 0≤A,B≤1000≤A,B≤100

### Sample Input 1

```
3
15 9 3
5 3 0
6 2 8
```

### Sample Output 1

```
Qualify
NotQualify
Qualify
```

### Explanation Qualify the round solution codechef

**Test Case 11:** Chef solved 99 easy problems and 33 hard problems, making his total score 9⋅1+3⋅2=159⋅1+3⋅2=15. He needs at least 1515 points to qualify, which he has and hence he qualifies.

**Test Case 22:** Chef solved 33 easy problems and 00 hard problems, making his total score 3⋅1+0⋅2=33⋅1+0⋅2=3. He needs at least 55 points to qualify, which he doesn’t have and hence doesn’t qualify.

**Test Case 33:** Chef solved 22 easy problems and 88 hard problems, making his total score 2⋅1+8⋅2=182⋅1+8⋅2=18. He needs at least 66 points to qualify, which he has and hence he qualifies.