Farmer John wishes to build a corral for his cows. Being finicky beasts, they demand that
the corral be square and that the corral contain at least C (1 <= C <= 500) clover fields
for afternoon treats. The corral's edges must be parallel to the X,Y axes.
FJ's land contains a total of N (C <= N <= 500) clover fields, each a block of size 1 x 1
and located at with its lower left corner at integer X and Y coordinates each in the range
1..10,000. Sometimes more than one clover field grows at the same location; such a field
would have its location appear twice (or more) in the input. A corral surrounds a clover
field if the field is entirely located inside the corral's borders.
Help FJ by telling him the side length of the smallest square containing C clover fields.
Line 1: Two space-separated integers: C and N
Lines 2..N+1: Each line contains two space-separated integers that are the X,Y coordinates
of a clover field.
The input is terminated with N = K = 0.
Line 1: A single line with a single integer that is length of one edge of the minimum size
square that contains at least C clover fields.
Explanation of the sample:
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Below is one 4x4 solution (C's show most of the corral's area); many others exist.
USACO 2006 January Gold