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## Ticket Fine solution codechef

**Ticket Fine solution codechef** – On a certain train, Chef-the ticket collector, collects a fine of Rs. $X$ if a passenger is travelling without a ticket. It is known that a passenger carries either a single ticket or no ticket.

$P$ passengers are travelling and they have a total of $Q$ tickets. Help Chef calculate the total fine collected.

## Ticket Fine solution codechef

The first line contains a single integer $T$, the number of test cases. $T$ lines follow. Each following line contains three integers separated by spaces, whose description follows.

- The first integer, $X$, is the fee in rupees.
- The second integer, $P$, is the number of passengers on the train.
- The third integer, $Q$, is the number of tickets Chef collected.

### Output Format

The output must consist of $T$ lines.

- The $i_{th}$ line must contain a single integer, the total money(in rupees) collected by Chef corresponding to the $i_{th}$ test case.

## Ticket Fine solution codechef

- $1≤T≤10$
- $1≤X≤10$
- $0≤Q≤P≤10$

### Sample 1:

4 4 1 1 2 10 7 8 5 4 9 7 0

0 6 8 63

## Ticket Fine solution codechef

**Test case $1$:** The total number of passengers travelling without ticket are $1−1=0$. So the total fine collected is $0⋅4=0$ rupees.

**Test case $2$:** The total number of passengers travelling without ticket are $10−7=3$. So the total fine collected is $3⋅2=6$ rupees.

**Test case $3$:** The total number of passengers travelling without ticket are $5−4=1$. So the total fine collected is $1⋅8=8$ rupees.

**Test case $4$:** The total number of passengers travelling without ticket are $7−0=7$. So the total fine collected is $7⋅9=63$ rupees.