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Score : $300$ points

### Problem Statement

"Pizza At", a fast food chain, offers three kinds of pizza: "A-pizza", "B-pizza" and "AB-pizza". A-pizza and B-pizza are completely different pizzas, and AB-pizza is one half of A-pizza and one half of B-pizza combined together. The prices of one A-pizza, B-pizza and AB-pizza are $A$ yen, $B$ yen and $C$ yen (yen is the currency of Japan), respectively.

Nakahashi needs to prepare $X$ A-pizzas and $Y$ B-pizzas for a party tonight. He can only obtain these pizzas by directly buying A-pizzas and B-pizzas, or buying two AB-pizzas and then rearrange them into one A-pizza and one B-pizza. At least how much money does he need for this? It is fine to have more pizzas than necessary by rearranging pizzas.

### Constraints

• $1 ≤ A, B, C ≤ 5000$
• $1 ≤ X, Y ≤ 10^5$
• All values in input are integers.

### Input

Input is given from Standard Input in the following format:

$A$ $B$ $C$ $X$ $Y$


### Output

Print the minimum amount of money required to prepare $X$ A-pizzas and $Y$ B-pizzas.

### Sample Input 1

1500 2000 1600 3 2


### Sample Output 1

7900


It is optimal to buy four AB-pizzas and rearrange them into two A-pizzas and two B-pizzas, then buy additional one A-pizza.

### Sample Input 2

1500 2000 1900 3 2


### Sample Output 2

8500


It is optimal to directly buy three A-pizzas and two B-pizzas.

### Sample Input 3

1500 2000 500 90000 100000


### Sample Output 3

100000000


It is optimal to buy $200000$ AB-pizzas and rearrange them into $100000$ A-pizzas and $100000$ B-pizzas. We will have $10000$ more A-pizzas than necessary, but that is fine.