**Audible Range solution codechef** – Chef’s dog *binary* hears frequencies starting from $67$ Hertz to $45000$ Hertz (both inclusive).

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## [Solution] Audible Range solution codechef

If Chef’s commands have a frequency of $X$ Hertz, find whether *binary* can hear them or not.

### Input Format

- The first line of input will contain a single integer $T$, denoting the number of test cases.
- Each test case consists of a single integer $X$ – the frequency of Chef’s commands in Hertz.

### Output Format

For each test case, output on a new line `YES`

, if *binary* can hear Chef’s commands. Otherwise, print `NO`

.

The output is case-insensitive. Thus, the strings `YES`

, `yes`

, `yeS`

, and `Yes`

are all considered the same.

## [Solution] Audible Range solution codechef

- $1≤T≤1_{4}$
- $1≤X≤1_{6}$

### Sample 1:

5 42 67 402 45000 45005

NO YES YES YES NO

## [Solution] Audible Range solution codechef

**Test case $1$:** Chef’s command has a frequency of $42$ Hertz which is less than $67$. Thus, it would not be audible to *binary*.

**Test case $2$:** Chef’s command has a frequency of $67$ Hertz which lies in the range $[67,45000]$. Thus, it would be audible to *binary*.

**Test case $3$:** Chef’s command has a frequency of $402$ Hertz which lies in the range $[67,45000]$. Thus, it would be audible to *binary*.

**Test case $4$:** Chef’s command has a frequency of $45000$ Hertz which lies in the range $[67,45000]$. Thus, it would be audible to *binary*.

**Test case $5$:** Chef’s command has a frequency of $45005$ Hertz which is greater than $45000$. Thus, it would not be audible to *binary*.