| Maple Trees in Mars |
|Time Limit: 1000ms, Special Time Limit:2500ms, Memory Limit:32768KB |
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| Problem 10699 :
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| There are a lot of trees in Mars. Jymy want to surround all the trees with the
minimal required length of the rope . As follow,
To make this problem more simple, consider all the trees are circles in a plate.
The diameter of all the trees are the same (the diameter of a tree is 1 unit).
Jymy can calculate the minimal length of the rope , because it's so easy for
this handsome boy.
But we don't have a rope to surround the trees. Instead, we only have some
circle rings of different radius. Now I want to know the minimal required radius
of the circle ring. And I don't want to ask him this problem, because he is busy
preparing for the examination.
As a smart ACMer, can you help me ?
input contains one or more data sets. At first line of each input data set is
number of trees in this data set n £¨1
<= n <= 1000£©, it
is followed by n coordinates of the trees. Each coordinate is a pair of
integers, and each integer is in [-1000, 1000], it means the position of a
tree¡¯s center. Each pair is separated by blank.|
Zero at line for number of trees terminates the input for your program.
| Minimal required radius of the circle ring I have to choose. The precision
should be 10^-2.|