## Apples and Oranges solution codechef

Bob has XX rupees and goes to a market. The cost of apples is Rs. AA per kg and the cost of oranges is Rs. BB per kg.

Determine whether he can buy at least 11 kg each of apples and oranges.

### Input Format

- The first line of input will contain an integer XX, the amount of money Bob has.
- The second line of input contains two space-separated integers AA and BB, the cost per kg of apples and oranges respectively.

### Output Format

## Apples and Oranges solution codechef

Print a single line containing `Yes`

if Bob can buy the fruits and `No`

otherwise.

You may print each character of the string in uppercase or lowercase (for example, the strings `yes`

, `Yes`

, `yEs`

, and `YES`

will all be treated as identical).

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### Constraints

- 1≤X,A,B≤1051≤X,A,B≤105

### Subtasks

**Subtask 1 (100 points):**- Original constraints.

### Sample Input 1

## Apples and Oranges solution codechef

```
14
2 2
```

### Sample Output 1

```
Yes
```

### Explanation

The cost of buying 11 kg each of apple and orange is 2+2=42+2=4. Since Bob has more than 44 rupees, the answer will be `Yes`

.

### Sample Input 2

## Apples and Oranges solution codechef

```
1
1 1
```

### Sample Output 2

```
No
```

### Explanation

Bob can only buy either 11 kg of apples or 11 kg of oranges with 11 rupee, hence the answer is `No`

.