# Right-Angled Triangle

Vangelis the bear wants to place a set of right-angled triangles on a Cartesian coordinate system in such

way that the legs (catheti) a and b of the triangles are not parallel to the X and Y axes and all the triangle

vertices are coordinate pairs of integers.

placed following the above conditions and print "FALSE" if it fails the above conditions.

Each of the following N lines will contain two space separated integers a,b (0 < a,b < 1001), corresponding

to the lengths of the triangle legs.

quotes).

Note: There is a newline character at the end of the last line of the output

Sample Input 1

3

1 1

5 5

5 10

Sample Output 1

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

Explanation of Sample Input 1

Triangle 2: Can be placed on the following coordinates:

(2,1),(5,5),(-2,4).

Triangle 3: Can be placed on the following coordinates:

(-10,4),(-2,-2),(1,2).

way that the legs (catheti) a and b of the triangles are not parallel to the X and Y axes and all the triangle

vertices are coordinate pairs of integers.

**Task**Write a program that will accept the lengths of the triangle legs and will print "TRUE" if the triangle can beplaced following the above conditions and print "FALSE" if it fails the above conditions.

**Input**The first line will contain an integer N (0 < N < 11), the number of triangles to study.Each of the following N lines will contain two space separated integers a,b (0 < a,b < 1001), corresponding

to the lengths of the triangle legs.

**Output**There should be N lines, on each line there should be the word "TRUE" or the word "FALSE" (without thequotes).

Note: There is a newline character at the end of the last line of the output

Sample Input 1

3

1 1

5 5

5 10

Sample Output 1

FALSE

TRUE

TRUE

Explanation of Sample Input 1

Triangle 2: Can be placed on the following coordinates:

(2,1),(5,5),(-2,4).

Triangle 3: Can be placed on the following coordinates:

(-10,4),(-2,-2),(1,2).

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