# Distinct Sides Triangle

Easy

6

30.9% Acceptance

Given $X, Y,$ and $Z$ as the lengths of a triangle's sides, determine if the triangle is *scalene*.

Note:

- A
*scalene*triangle has all three sides of different lengths. - The given sides will always form a valid triangle.

## Input Specifications

- The first line contains a single integer $N$, indicating the number of test instances.
- Following this, each test case is given as three space-separated integers $X, Y,$ and $Z$ — representing the lengths of the triangle's sides.

## Output Specifications

For each instance, print `YES`

on a new line if the triangle is *scalene*, and `NO`

if it is not.

The output is case-insensitive, meaning `YES`

, `yes`

, `Yes`

, and `yEs`

are all valid outputs for a positive case.

## Constraints

- $1 \leq N \leq 100$
- $1 \leq X \le Y \le Z \leq 10$
- $Z < (X+Y)$

## Sample Test Cases

### Example #1:

Input:

`4 2 3 4 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 5 6`

Output:

`YES NO NO YES`

#### Explanation

**Example $1$:** With side lengths $2, 3,$ and $4$, all sides are different, indicating a scalene triangle.

**Example $2$:** Side lengths are $1, 2,$ and $2$. Sides $Y$ and $Z$ are identical, so it's not a scalene triangle.

**Example $3$:** Each side measures $2$, making all sides equal and the triangle not scalene.

**Example $4$:** The side lengths are $3, 5,$ and $6$, with all sides distinct, confirming it's a scalene triangle.