One summer evening, while curled up with her beloved Cheese-kun plushie, C.C. begins craving pizza. Although she would really like a large, extra-cheesy pizza, her stomach is willing to settle for anything. Without hesitation, she snatches up Lelouch's credit card and makes a very important phone call…

- C.C. will be
`absolutely`

satisfied if the pizza she gets has a width of units and an extra-cheesiness of at least . - C.C. will be
`fairly`

satisfied if the pizza she gets has a width of unit and an extra-cheesiness of at most . - C.C. will be
`very`

satisfied with any other pizza she receives.

#### Input Specification

The first line of input will contain a single integer , denoting the width of the pizza C.C. receives.

The second line of input will contain another integer , representing the percentage of the pizza covered in extra cheese.

#### Output Specification

A single line containing C.C.'s satisfaction with her order in the form: `C.C. is M satisfied with her pizza.`

**Make sure your output matches this exactly, including any spacing and punctuation.**

Here, is a string describing her satisfaction, which will be one of: `absolutely`

, `fairly`

or `very`

.

#### Sample Input

```
2
70
```

#### Sample Output

`C.C. is very satisfied with her pizza.`

#### Explanation

The pizza has a width of units and a cheesiness of . Since C.C. is neither absolutely nor fairly satisfied, she is very satisfied.

## Comments

true

again,

at least 95%Why doesn't test №2 pass?

at least 95%My test case #3 is wrong, can someone help me?

W != 0 or C != 0

if width is 1 and extra cheese is 0 C.C. is still very pleased as she has a pizza.

Not

exactly.My code for this problem delivers in test case #3 and #7 WA all other AC what's wrong?

Thanks in advance for your advice!

JoeP

The words "at least " and "at most " in the instructions do not mean that the extra-cheesiness has to be exactly or for C.C. to be absolutely or fairly satisfied.