Given the coordinates of the centres and the radii of 2 circles, output a truthy value of whether they do or do not overlap.
Input may be taken via STDIN or equivalent, function arguments, but not as a variable. You can take them as a single variable (list, string etc) or as multiple inputs / arguments, in whatever order you want.
The input will be six floats. These floats will be up to 3 decimal places. The coordinates can be positive or negative. The radii will be positive.
Output can be via STDOUT or function return.
The program must have exactly 2 distinct outputs - one for a True value (the circles do overlap) and one for a False output (they don't overlap).
(Input is given as list of tuples
[(x1, y1, r1), (x2, y2, r2)] for the test cases; you can take input in any format)
[(5.86, 3.92, 1.670), (11.8, 2.98, 4.571)] [(8.26, -2.72, 2.488), (4.59, -2.97, 1.345)] [(9.32, -7.77, 2.8), (6.21, -8.51, 0.4)]
[(4.59, -2.97, 1.345), (11.8, 2.98, 4.571)] [(9.32, -7.77, 2.8), (4.59, -2.97, 1.345)] [(5.86, 3.92, 1.670), (6.21, -8.51, 0.4)]
This is Code Golf, shortest answer in bytes wins.