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Day 1

1 Find all triples (a, b, c) of positive real numbers satisfying the system of equations a b c = a, b c a = b, c a b = c. 2 Given any 60 points on a circle of radius 1, prove that there is a point on the circle the sum of whose distances to these 60 points is at most 80. 3 Let p be a prime number. Prove that from a p2 p2 array of squares, we can select p3 of the squares such that the centers of any four of the selected squares are not the vertices of a rectangle with sides parallel to the edges of the array.

This le was downloaded from the AoPS Math Olympiad Resources Page http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/

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Day 2

1 Given any collection of 2010 nondegenerate triangles, their sides are painted so that each triangle has one red side, one blue side, and one white side. For each color, arrange the side lengths in order: let b1 b2 b2011 denote the lengths of the blue sides;[/*:m] let r1 r2 r2011 denote the lengths of the red sides; and[/*:m] let w1 w2 w2011 denote the lengths of the white sides.[/*:m] Find the largest integer k for which there necessarily exists at least k indices j such that bj , rj , wj are the side lengths of a nondegenerate triangle. 2 Let x, y , z be positive real numbers satisfying x + y + z 6. Find, with proof, the minimum value of x y z x2 + y 2 + z 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 . y +z+1 z +x+1 x +y+1 3 Let ABCD be a convex quadrilateral for which AB + CD = 2 AC and Prove that ABCD is a parallelogram.

BC + DA =

2 BD.

This le was downloaded from the AoPS Math Olympiad Resources Page http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/

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