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The flying range of a fighter plane i is denoted by the pair (xi, yi). Where xi and
yi are the points on an infinite coordinate line. You are given the flying ranges of 5
fighter planes in a squadron. Find whether there exists a fighter plane that covers
the range of all other fighter planes. If there exists such a plane print its number.
If such a plane doesn’t exist, print -1. We will assume that one fighter plane of
range (a, b) covers the range (c, d) of another if a ≤ c ≤ d ≤ b. It is guaranteed that
no two ranges coincide.

What I have tried:

x=int(input('Plane#1coordinate(x,y)='))
y=int(input('plane#2coordinate(x,y)='))
z=int(input('plane#3coordinate(x,y)='))
a=int(input('plane#4coordinate(x,y)='))
b=int(input('plane#5coordinate(x,y)='))
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