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Volume 14(2008) Issue 1

316. Let S > 0 and n 3 be xed. Find the minimum value of the expression

a

1

(1 +a

2

a

3

) +a

2

(1 +a

3

a

4

) +. . . +a

n

(1 +a

1

a

2

)

(

3

a

1

a

2

a

3

+

3

a

2

a

3

a

4

+. . . +

3

a

n

a

1

a

2

)

3

,

where a

1

, a

2

, . . . , a

n

are arbitrary positive numbers such that a

1

+a

2

+. . . +a

n

= S.

(D. Mitin, Kyiv)

317. Let AB be a diameter of circle . Points M, C and K are chosen at circle in such a way

that the tangent line to the circle at point M and the secant line CK intersect at point

Q and points A, B, Q are collinear. Let D be the projection of point M to AB. Prove that

DM is the angle bisector of angle CDK.

(I. Nagel, Evpatoria)

318. Ten pairwise distinct points T

1

, T

2

, . . . , T

10

are chosen in the space and some of them are

connected by segments without intersections. A beetle sitting at the point T

1

can move along

the segments to the point T

10

. Prove that at least one of the following statements is true:

(i) there exist a route of the beetle from T

1

to T

10

which pass through at most two points

distinct from T

1

and T

10

;

(ii) there exist points T

i

and T

j

(2 i < j 10) such that any route of the beetle from T

1

to T

10

pass through the point T

i

or through the point T

j

.

(V. Yasinskyy, Vinnytsya)

319. Circles

1

and

2

intersect at points A and B. Diameter BP of

2

intersects the circle

1

at

point C and diameter BK of the circle

1

intersects the circle

2

at point D. The straight

line CD intersects the circle

1

at point S = C and the circle

2

at point T = D. Prove that

BS = BT.

(I. Fedak, Ivano-Frankivsk)

320. Let k be a positive integer. Prove that there exist polynomials P

0

(n), P

1

(n), . . . , P

k1

(n)

(which may depend on k) such that for any integer n,

n

k

k

= P

0

(n) +P

1

(n)

n

k

+. . . +P

k1

(n)

n

k

k1

.

([a] means the largest integer a.)

(William Lowell Putnam Math. Competition)

321. Let

1

be the circumcircle of triangle A

1

A

2

A

3

, let W

1

, W

2

, W

3

be the midpoints of arcs

A

2

A

3

, A

1

A

3

, A

1

A

2

and let the incircle

2

of triangle A

1

A

2

A

3

touches the sides A

2

A

3

,

A

1

A

3

, A

1

A

2

at points K

1

, K

2

, K

3

respectively. Prove that

W

1

K

1

+W

2

K

2

+W

3

K

3

2R r,

where R, r are the radii of

1

and

2

.

(A. Prymak, Kyiv)

Volume 14(2008) Issue 2

322. Find the minimum possible ratio of 5-digit number to the sum of its digits.

(Yu. Rabinovych, Kyiv)

1

323. Let AA

1

and CC

1

be angle bisectors of triangle ABC (A

1

BC, C

1

AB). Straight line

A

1

C

1

intersects ray AC at point D. Prove that angle ABD is obtuse.

(I. Nagel, Evpatoria)

324. Let H be the orthocenter of acute-angled triangle ABC. Circle with diameter AH and

circumcircle of triangle BHC intersect at point P = H. Prove that the straight line AP pass

through the midpoint of BC.

(Yu. Biletskyy, Kyiv)

325. Solve the inequality

|x 1| + 3|x 3|+5|x 5| +. . . + 2009|x 2009|

2|x 2| + 4|x 4| + 6|x 6| +. . . + 2008|x 2008|.

(O. Kukush, Kyiv)

326. Let P be arbitrary point inside the triangle ABC,

A

,

B

and

C

be the ci-

rcumcircles of triangles BPC, APC and APB respectively. Denote by X, Y, Z the

intersection points of straight lines AP, BP, CP with circles

A

,

B

,

C

respectively

(X, Y, Z = P). Prove that

AP

AX

+

BP

BY

+

CP

CZ

= 1.

(O. Manzjuk, Kyiv)

327. Some cities of the country are connected by air ights in both directions. It is known that it is

possible to reach every city from any another (probably, with changes) and there are exactly

100 ights from each city. Some m ights have been canceled because of bad weather condi-

tions. For which maximum m it is still possible to travel between each two cities (probably,

with changes)?

(A. Prymak, Kyiv)

Volume 14(2008) Issue 3

328. Let a and b be rational numbers such that

2

2a +b

=

2a

b

+

b

2a

1 (here a = 0, b = 0, b = 2a).

Prove that 1 2ab is a square of rational number.

(I. Nagel, Evpatoria)

329. Construct triangle ABC given points O

A

and O

B

, which are symmetric to its circumcenter

O with respect to BC and AC, and the straight line h

A

, which contains its altitude to BC.

(G. Filippovskyy, Kyiv)

330. Let O be the midpoint of the side AB of triangle ABC. Points M and K are

chosen at sides AC and BC respectively such that MOK = 90

AM

2

+BK

2

= CM

2

+CK

2

.

(I. Fedak, Ivano-Frankivsk)

331. Do there exist positive integers a and b such that

a) 4a

3

53a 1 = 10

2b

; b) 4a

3

53a 1 = 10

2b1

?

(O. Makarchuk, Kirovograd)

2

332. Function f : (0; +) (0; +) satises the inequality f(3x) f

1

2

f(2x)

+ 2x

for every x > 0. Prove that f(x) x for every x > 0.

(V. Yasinskyy, Vinnytsya)

333. Let circle touches the sides of angle A at points B and C, B

and C

of AB and AC respectively. Points M and Q are chosen at the straight line B

and point

K is chosen at bigger ark BC of the circle . Line segments KM and KQ intersect at

points L and P. Find MAQ, if the intersection point of line segments MP and LQ belongs

to circle .

(I. Nagel, Evpatoria)

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