## Editorial for Weapons of mass distraction

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Editorialist: Tommoa

This was another relatively easy problem, given that you can reason your way around a bit of geometry!

There's more than enough time given our restrictions to aim for a \(O(n^2)\) solution. If we read all of the bomb positions and radii into a vector, we can simply iterate through each pair and check whether the distance between the pairs is \(\leq 0\). If it is, we can have two possibilities:

- The final bomb has been placed and causes an explosion.
- Another bomb has been placed and the error detected. In the first case, we need to mark that we have an error and continue on, after all we could have a collision between the first and the last placed bombs, but the second and third bombs may also collide!

In the second case, we can just print `safely stopped collision`

and return.

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