Given the range of cost from lowCost to upCost and range of quantity from lowQuant to upQuant, find if it is possible to get a given ration ratio r where , and lowCost <= cost <= upCost and lowQuant <= quantity <= upQuant.
Input : lowCost = 1, upCost = 10, lowQuant = 2, upQuant = 8 r = 3 Output : Yes Explanation: cost / quantity = 6 / 2 = 3 where cost is in [1, 10] and quantity is in [2, 8] Input : lowCost = 14, upCost = 30, lowQuant = 5, upQuant = 12 r = 9 Output : No
Approach: From the given formula, following equation can be easily deduced: . From this equation, logic can be easily deduced. Check the product of every value of quantity with r and if any value of the product lies between lowCost and upCost, then answer is Yes otherwise it is No.
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