## DOUGHNUT - Harry and big doughnuts

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Young Harry was asked to buy some foodstuffs for his neighbour – a strange old lady who lived with a bunch of fat cats. But the cats were strange too and they ate only doughnuts. So the lady wanted Harry to bring exactly one doughnut for each of her cats – and she had c of them. Harry had a rucksack with him but as he was a little boy he could carry only k kilograms. Harry knew that each doughnut weights w kilograms (big cats, big doughnuts). Help him decide whether he should go to supermarket and buy the doughnuts or just give up and dream he could do some magic...

### Input

There is a single positive integer t (t <= 100) on the first line of input which corresponds to the number of tests (Harry was asked to buy doughnuts few times). Then t lines follow, each containing three numbers: c, k and w (1 <= c, k, w <= 100).

t [number of tests]
c k w [number of cats, Harry's hoisting capacity and weight of doughnut]
c k w [next test case]
...

### Output

t lines containing word “yes” if Harry is capable of handling the task or “no” if doughnuts would cause his spine crack.

### Example

```Input:
3
5 15 3
1 5 4
13 25 2

Output:
yes
yes
no
```