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# TABLET - Editorial

Tester: Michael Nematollahi
Editorialist: Hussain Kara Fallah

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# PROBLEM:

Chef has visited some tablet shops and listed all of his options. In total, there are $N$ available tablets, numbered $1$ through $N$. For each valid $i$, the $i_{th}$ tablet has width $W_i$, height $H_i$ and price $P_i$.

Chef's budget is equal to $B$. He wants to buy the tablet with the largest screen (largest area) as long as its price fits with in the budget.

# EXPLANATION:

This problem is a straightforward implementation. Read all the information about the tablets. The screen area of a tablet is equal to the screen's width multiplied by the screen's height. Iterate through all tablets and check for each one if its price is less than or equal to $B$. If so, compare its area to the answer and update the answer to the maximum of them.

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