Cut out circles of different diameters from paper and show that the area occupied by the mixed circles is less than

Cut out circles of different diameters from paper and show that the area occupied by the mixed circles is less than the sum of the areas occupied by these circles separately.

The area occupied by the mixed paper circles is less than the sum of the areas occupied by these circles separately, because in the first case, some circles partially overlap.

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