## USACO 2014 December Contest, Bronze

## Problem 3. Cow Jog

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Problem 3: Cow Jog [Mark Gordon, 2014]
The cows are out exercising their hooves again! There are N cows
jogging on an infinitely-long single-lane track (1 <= N <= 100,000).
Each cow starts at a distinct position on the track, and some cows jog
at different speeds.
With only one lane in the track, cows cannot pass each other. When a
faster cow catches up to another cow, she has to slow down to avoid
running into the other cow, becoming part of the same running group.
Eventually, no more cows will run into each other. Farmer John
wonders how many groups will be left when this happens. Please help
him compute this number.
INPUT: (file cowjog.in)
The first line of input contains the integer N.
The following N lines each contain the initial position and speed of a
single cow. Position is a nonnegative integer and speed is a positive
integer; both numbers are at most 1 billion. All cows start at
distinct positions, and these will be given in increasing order in
the input.
SAMPLE INPUT:
5
0 1
1 2
2 3
3 2
6 1
OUTPUT: (file cowjog.out)
A single integer indicating how many groups remain.
SAMPLE OUTPUT:
2

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