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Day 1

1 Find all polynomials P (x) with real coecients such that xP for all nonzero real numbers x and y . 2 Find the smallest integer n such that each subset of {1, 2, . . . , 2004} with n elements has two distinct elements a and b for which a2 b2 is a multiple of 2004. 3 In a convex hexagon ABCDEF , triangles ACE and BDF have the same circumradius R. If triangle ACE has inradius r, prove that Area(ABCDEF ) R Area(ACE ). r y x + yP x y =x+y

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Day 2

1 How many integers n > 1 are there such that n divides x13 x for every positive integer x? 2 A collection of cardboard circles, each with a diameter of at most 1, lie on a 5 8 table without overlapping or overhanging the edge of the table. A cardboard circle of diameter 2 is added to the collection. Prove that this new collection of cardboard circles can be placed on a 7 7 table without overlapping or overhanging the edge. 3 Consider a partition of {1, 2, . . . , 900} into 30 subsets S1 , S2 , . . . , S30 each with 30 elements. In each Sk , we paint the fth largest number blue. Is it possible that, for k = 1, 2, . . . , 30, the sum of the elements of Sk exceeds the sum of the blue numbers?

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