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1 Find all polynomials P with real coecients satisfying P (x2 ) = P (x) P (x + 2) for all real numbers x. 2 The Fibonacci sequence is dened by a1 = a2 = 1 and ak+2 = ak+1 + ak for k N. Prove that for any natural number m, there exists an index k such that a4 k ak 2 is divisible by m. 3 A convex quadrilateral ABCD inscribed in a circle k has the property that the rays DA and CB meet at a point E for which CD2 = AD ED. The perpendicular to ED at A intersects k again at point F. Prove that the segments AD and CF are congruent if and only if the circumcenter of ABE lies on ED. 4 For any real number p 1 consider the set of all real numbers x with p<x< 2+ 1 p+ 4

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Prove that from any such set one can select four mutually distinct natural numbers a, b, c, d with ab = cd. 5 For which n {3900, 3901, , 3909} can the set {1, 2, ..., n} be partitioned into (disjoint) triples in such a way that in each triple one of the numbers equals the sum of the other two? 6 Let ABCD be a convex quadrilateral. A circle passing through the points A and D and a circle passing through the points B and C are externally tangent at a point P inside the quadrilateral. Suppose that P AB + P DC 90 and P BA + P CD 90 . Prove that AB + CD BC + AD.

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