Dear Mahathey,

I think that the solution to this

problem is for every combination of 3 circles

C1, C2, C3 of the n circles to construct the circle

C that is tangent internally to the circles C1,C2,C3.

Of all these circles we take the smallest that has

in his interior all the others n-1. I think it is easy

to prove that this circle always exists.

Best regards

Nikos Dergiades

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> I am Mahathey from India.I joined the group

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> There are n given circles in a plane[ the radii are

> non zero].The problem is to find a circle of minimum

> area which encloses all the given circles.

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