German farmers are given a premium depending on the conditions at their farmyard. Imagine the following simplied regulation: you know the size of each farmer’s farmyard in square meters and the number of animals living at it. We won’t make a difference between different animals, although this is far from reality. Moreover you have information about the degree the farmer uses environment-friendly equipment and practices, expressed in a single integer greater than zero. The amount of money a farmer receives can be calculated from these parameters as follows. First you need the space a single animal occupies at an average. This value (in square meters) is then multiplied by the parameter that stands for the farmer’s environment-friendliness, resulting in the premium a farmer is paid per animal he owns. To compute the nal premium of a farmer just multiply this premium per animal with the number of animals the farmer owns.
The rst line of input contains a single positive integer n (< 20), the number of test cases. Each test case starts with a line containing a single integer f (0 < f < 20), the number of farmers in the test case. This line is followed by one line per farmer containing three positive integers each: the size of the farmyard in square meters, the number of animals he owns and the integer value that expresses the farmers environment-friendliness. Input is terminated by end of le. No integer in the input is greater than 100000 or less than 0.
For each test case output one line containing a single integer that holds the summed burden for Ger- many’s budget, which will always be a whole number. Do not output any blank lines.