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[Solutions] Iranian National Mathematical Olympiad 2012-2013

Iran National Math Olympiad (Second Round) 2012

  1. Consider a circle $C_1$ and a point $O$ on it. Circle $C_2$ with center $O$, intersects $C_1$ in two points $P$ and $Q$. $C_3$ is a circle which is externally tangent to $C_2$ at $R$ and internally tangent to $C_1$ at $S$ and suppose that $RS$ passes through $Q$. Suppose $X$ and $Y$ are second intersection points of $PR$ and $OR$ with $C_1$. Prove that $QX$ is parallel with $SY$.
  2. Suppose $n$ is a natural number. In how many ways can we place numbers $1,2,....,n$ around a circle such that each number is a divisor of the sum of it's two adjacent numbers?
  3. Prove that if $t$ is a natural number then there exists a natural number $n>1$ such that $(n,t)=1$ and none of the numbers $n+t,n^2+t,n^3+t,....$ are perfect powers.
    a) Do there exist $2$-element subsets $A_1,A_2,A_3,...$ of natural numbers such that each natural number appears in exactly one of these sets and also for each natural number $n$, sum of the elements of $A_n$ equals $1391+n$?
    b) Do there exist $2$-element subsets $A_1,A_2,A_3,...$ of natural numbers such that each natural number appears in exactly one of these sets and also for each natural number $n$, sum of the elements of $A_n$ equals $1391+n^2$?
  4. Consider the second degree polynomial $x^2+ax+b$ with real coefficients. We know that the necessary and sufficient condition for this polynomial to have roots in real numbers is that its discriminant, $a^2-4b$ be greater than or equal to zero. Note that the discriminant is also a polynomial with variables $a$ and $b$. Prove that the same story is not true for polynomials of degree $4$: Prove that there does not exist a $4$ variable polynomial $P(a,b,c,d)$ such that: The fourth degree polynomial $x^4+ax^3+bx^2+cx+d$ can be written as the product of four $1$st degree polynomials if and only if $P(a,b,c,d)\ge 0$. (All the coefficients are real numbers.)
  5. The incircle of triangle $ABC$, is tangent to sides $BC,CA$ and $AB$ in $D,E$ and $F$ respectively. The reflection of $F$ with respect to $B$ and the reflection of $E$ with respect to $C$ are $T$ and $S$ respectively. Prove that the incenter of triangle $AST$ is inside or on the incircle of triangle $ABC$.

National Math Olympiad (3rd Round) 2012

  1. Let $G$ be a simple undirected graph with vertices $v_1,v_2,...,v_n$. We denote the number of acyclic orientations of $G$ with $f(G)$.
    a) Prove that $f(G)\le f(G-v_1)+f(G-v_2)+...+f(G-v_n)$.
    b) Let $e$ be an edge of the graph $G$. Denote by $G'$ the graph obtained by omiting $e$ and making it's two endpoints as one vertex. Prove that $f(G)=f(G-e)+f(G')$.
    c) Prove that for each $\alpha >1$, there exists a graph $G$ and an edge $e$ of it such that $\frac{f(G)}{f(G-e)}<\alpha$.
  2. Suppose $S$ is a convex figure in plane with area $10$. Consider a chord of length $3$ in $S$ and let $A$ and $B$ be two points on this chord which divide it into three equal parts. For a variable point $X$ in $S-\{A,B\}$, let $A'$ and $B'$ be the intersection points of rays $AX$ and $BX$ with the boundary of $S$. Let $S'$ be those points $X$ for which $AA'>\frac{1}{3} BB'$. Prove that the area of $S'$ is at least $6$.
  3. Prove that for each $n \in \mathbb N$ there exist natural numbers $a_1<a_2<...<a_n$ such that $\phi(a_1)>\phi(a_2)>...>\phi(a_n)$.
  4. We have $n$ bags each having $100$ coins. All of the bags have $10$ gram coins except one of them which has $9$ gram coins. We have a balance which can show weights of things that have weight of at most $1$ kilogram. At least how many times shall we use the balance in order to find the different bag?
  5. We call the three variable polynomial $P$ cyclic if $P(x,y,z)=P(y,z,x)$. Prove that cyclic three variable polynomials $P_1,P_2,P_3$ and $P_4$ exist such that for each cyclic three variable polynomial $P$, there exists a four variable polynomial $Q$ such that $$P(x,y,z)=Q(P_1(x,y,z),P_2(x,y,z),P_3(x,y,z),P_4(x,y,z)).$$
  6. a) Prove that $a>0$ exists such that for each natural number $n$, there exists a convex $n$-gon $P$ in plane with lattice points as vertices such that the area of $P$ is less than $an^3$.
    b) Prove that there exists $b>0$ such that for each natural number $n$ and each $n$-gon $P$ in plane with lattice points as vertices, the area of $P$ is not less than $bn^2$.
    c) Prove that there exist $\alpha,c>0$ such that for each natural number $n$ and each $n$-gon $P$ in plane with lattice points as vertices, the area of $P$ is not less than $cn^{2+\alpha}$.
  7. The city of Bridge Village has some highways. Highways are closed curves that have intersections with each other or themselves in $4$-way crossroads. Mr.Bridge Lover, mayor of the city, wants to build a bridge on each crossroad in order to decrease the number of accidents. He wants to build the bridges in such a way that in each highway, cars pass above a bridge and under a bridge alternately. By knowing the number of highways determine that this action is possible or not.
    a) Does there exist an infinite subset $S$ of the natural numbers, such that $S\neq \mathbb{N}$, and such that for each natural number $n\not \in S$, exactly $n$ members of $S$ are coprime with $n$?
    b) Does there exist an infinite subset $S$ of the natural numbers, such that for each natural number $n\in S$, exactly $n$ members of $S$ are coprime with $n$?

Iran Team Selection Test 2013

  1. In acute-angled triangle $ABC$, let $H$ be the foot of perpendicular from $A$ to $BC$ and also suppose that $J$ and $I$ are excenters oposite to the side $AH$ in triangles $ABH$ and $ACH$. If $P$ is the point that incircle touches $BC$, prove that $I,J,P,H$ are concyclic.
  2. Find the maximum number of subsets from $\left \{ 1,...,n \right \}$ such that for any two of them like $A,B$ if $A\subset B$ then $\left | B-A \right |\geq 3$. (Here $\left | X \right |$ is the number of elements of the set $X$.)
  3. For nonnegative integers $m$ and $n$, define the sequence $a(m,n)$ of real numbers as follows. Set $a(0,0)=2$ and for every natural number $n$, set $a(0,n)=1$ and $a(n,0)=2$. Then for $m,n\geq1$, define \[ a(m,n)=a(m-1,n)+a(m,n-1). \] Prove that for every natural number $k$, all the roots of the polynomial $P_{k}(x)=\sum_{i=0}^{k}a(i,2k+1-2i)x^{i}$ are real.
  4. $m$ and $n$ are two nonnegative integers. In the Philosopher's Chess, The chessboard is an infinite grid of identical regular hexagons and a new piece named the Donkey moves on it as follows: Starting from one of the hexagons, the Donkey moves $m$ cells in one of the $6$ directions, then it turns $60$ degrees clockwise and after that moves $n$ cells in this new direction until it reaches it's final cell.
    At most how many cells are in the Philosopher's chessboard such that one cannot go from anyone of them to the other with a finite number of movements of the Donkey?
  5. Do there exist natural numbers $a, b$ and $c$ such that $a^2+b^2+c^2$ is divisible by $2013(ab+bc+ca)$?
  6. Points $A, B, C$ and $D$ lie on line $l$ in this order. Two circular arcs $C_1$ and $C_2$, which both lie on one side of line $l$, pass through points $A$ and $B$ and two circular arcs $C_3$ and $C_4$ pass through points $C$ and $D$ such that $C_1$ is tangent to $C_3$ and $C_2$ is tangent to $C_4$. Prove that the common external tangent of $C_2$ and $C_3$ and the common external tangent of $C_1$ and $C_4$ meet each other on line $l$.
  7. Nonnegative real numbers $p_{1},\ldots,p_{n}$ and $q_{1},\ldots,q_{n}$ are such that $p_{1}+\cdots+p_{n}=q_{1}+\cdots+q_{n}$
    Among all the matrices with nonnegative entries having $p_i$ as sum of the $i$-th row's entries and $q_j$ as sum of the $j$-th column's entries, find the maximum sum of the entries on the main diagonal.
  8. Find all Arithmetic progressions $a_{1},a_{2},...$ of natural numbers for which there exists natural number $N>1$ such that for every $k\in \mathbb{N}$: $a_{1}a_{2}...a_{k}\mid a_{N+1}a_{N+2}...a_{N+k}$
  9. Find all functions $f,g:\mathbb{R}^{+} \rightarrow \mathbb{R}^{+}$ such that $f$ is increasing and also: $$f(f(x)+2g(x)+3f(y))=g(x)+2f(x)+3g(y)$$ $$g(f(x)+y+g(y))=2x-g(x)+f(y)+y$$
  10. On each edge of a graph is written a real number,such that for every even tour of this graph,sum the edges with signs alternatively positive and negative is zero.prove that one can assign to each of the vertices of the graph a real number such that sum of the numbers on two adjacent vertices is the number on the edge between them.(tour is a closed path from the edges of the graph that may have repeated edges or vertices)
  11. Let $a,b,c$ be sides of a triangle such that $a\geq b \geq c$. prove that:
    $$\sqrt{a(a+b-\sqrt{ab})}+\sqrt{b(a+c-\sqrt{ac})}+\sqrt{c(b+c-\sqrt{bc})}\geq a+b+c$$
  12. Let $ABCD$ be a cyclic quadrilateral that inscribed in the circle $\omega$.Let $I_{1},I_{2}$ and $r_{1},r_{2}$ be incenters and radii of incircles of triangles $ACD$ and $ABC$,respectively.assume that $r_{1}=r_{2}$. let $\omega'$ be a circle that touches $AB,AD$ and touches $\omega$ at $T$. tangents from $A,T$ to $\omega$ meet at the point $K$.prove that $I_{1},I_{2},K$ lie on a line.
  13. $P$ is an arbitrary point inside acute triangle $ABC$. Let $A_1,B_1,C_1$ be the reflections of point $P$ with respect to sides $BC,CA,AB$. Prove that the centroid of triangle $A_1B_1C_1$ lies inside triangle $ABC$.
  14. We are given $n$ rectangles in the plane. Prove that between $4n$ right angles formed by these rectangles there are at least $[4\sqrt n]$ distinct right angles.
    a) Does there exist a sequence $a_1<a_2<\dots$ of positive integers, such that there is a positive integer $N$ that $\forall m>N$, $a_m$ has exactly $d(m)-1$ divisors among $a_i$s?
    b) Does there exist a sequence $a_1<a_2<\dots$ of positive integers, such that there is a positive integer $N$ that $\forall m>N$, $a_m$ has exactly $d(m)+1$ divisors among $a_i$s?
  15. The function $f:\mathbb Z \to \mathbb Z$ has the property that for all integers $m$ and $n$ \[f(m)+f(n)+f(f(m^2+n^2))=1.\] We know that integers $a$ and $b$ exist such that $f(a)-f(b)=3$. Prove that integers $c$ and $d$ can be found such that $f(c)-f(d)=1$.
  16. In triangle $ABC$, $AD$ and $AH$ are the angle bisector and the altitude of vertex $A$, respectively. The perpendicular bisector of $AD$, intersects the semicircles with diameters $AB$ and $AC$ which are drawn outside triangle $ABC$ in $X$ and $Y$, respectively. Prove that the quadrilateral $XYDH$ is concyclic.
  17. A special kind of parallelogram tile is made up by attaching the legs of two right isosceles triangles of side length $1$. We want to put a number of these tiles on the floor of an $n\times n$ room such that the distance from each vertex of each tile to the sides of the room is an integer and also no two tiles overlap. Prove that at least an area $n$ of the room will not be covered by the tiles.
Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 4:50 PM said...

Rất hay, cảm ơn AD

molympiad said...

cảm ơn bạn, blog của bạn cũng rất hay và bổ ích, hy vọng có thể liên kết với nhau để phát triển

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:11 PM said...

Rất cảm ơn anh (chắc anh nhiều tuổi hơn em, năm nay em mới lên 16) mà page của anh nhiều đề thi hay thiệt, giá như biết page này trước thì trước kia em đâu phải vất vả tìm đề thi quốc tế về làm, rất cảm ơn anh, mong anh sẽ viết được nhiều bài viết hay hơn nữa. Do trình độ tin học của em có hạn nên có gì
thiếu sót mong anh giúp đỡ em ạ! Cảm ơn anh!

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:17 PM said...

Page của anh rất hay nhưng em thấy hơi ít người biết, em không biết anh đã lập fanpage chưa nhưng em nghĩ anh nên lập ra fanpage như Tạp chí Olympic của anh Nguyễn Đức Thắng... để tiếp cận thêm với nhiều người biết hơn tại page này thực sự là rất hay.
P/s: Em rất sẵn lòng đề xuất like fanpage cho anh :)))

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:20 PM said...

hihi em đang gửi lời mời thik fanpage trang của anh rồi đó, mong rằng sẽ nhiều người bt hơn :))

molympiad said...

cảm ơn bạn, MOLYMPIAD đã lập 2 fanpage
https://www.facebook.com/MOlympiad-Collections-mathematical-competitions-705138106321392/
https://plus.google.com/111753651422192850128
do mới thành lập chưa lâu nên chưa được nhiều người biết tới, mong bạn hỗ trợ.
Các trang tài liệu hiện nay rất nhiều nhưng hơi rối rắm nên mình muốn xây dựng một trang tài liệu mà ở đó mọi người có thể dễ dàng tìm kiếm tài liệu, có gì mong bạn giúp đỡ về nguồn tài liệu

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:38 PM said...

Dạ em có nhiều nhưng ko nó hơi lộn xộn, anh vào blog của em tìm ở 3 mục drive hoặc Tài liệu HSG thì thấy cũng rất nhiều tài liệu HSG ở đó, mỗi tội em không có thời gian sắp xếp, hihi. Em sẽ đề xuất thích trang của anh, cảm ơn anh nhiều!

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:40 PM said...

anh ơi fanpage của anh ko để chế độ công khai ạ, em vào thấy nó thông báo không có quyền truy cập!

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:46 PM said...

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B3BGG0qpYernQUxpdUdibUtISGM
Em có cái trên mà hình như page của anh chưa có, em mong có thể đóng góp thêm

molympiad said...

nó nằm ở đây bạn ah http://molympiad.ml/2017/01/epsilon-journal/
tất cả đều được tổng hợp tại mục http://molympiad.ml/category/journals-mathematics/

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:51 PM said...

hihi tại em chưa tìm kỹ

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:52 PM said...

trên trang của anh gần như có hết mấy cái tạp chí rồi, kvant, crux, thtt, epsilon rồi :))

molympiad said...

còn nhiều lắm bạn, nhưng mình cần thời gian tập hợp sắp xếp lại để mọi người dễ tra cứu.
mục đích của MOLYMPIAD là làm sao để mọi người dễ tìm tài liệu dễ tra cứu nhất có thể

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 6:57 PM said...

dạ em chúc anh thành công nhá

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 7:01 PM said...

mà anh xem lại fanpage xem có vấn đề gì ko, bạn bè em nó bảo ko tìm thấy trang là sao

molympiad said...

thank em, có gì cần nhờ bạn giúp đỡ được không, liên lạc qua facebook nhé. Anh published mà sao nó tự động unpublish, chắc có vấn đề với facebook anh sẽ check lại,

Khánh Huyền, July 3, 2017 at 7:08 PM said...

dạ vâng ạ

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Polya,3,Gặp Gỡ Toán Học,26,Gauss,1,GDTX,3,Geometry,12,Gia Lai,25,Gia Viễn,2,Giải Tích Hàm,1,Giảng Võ,1,Giới hạn,2,Goldbach,1,Hà Giang,2,Hà Lan,1,Hà Nam,29,Hà Nội,231,Hà Tĩnh,72,Hà Trung Kiên,1,Hải Dương,49,Hải Phòng,42,Hàn Quốc,5,Hậu Giang,4,Hậu Lộc,1,Hilbert,1,Hình Học,33,HKUST,7,Hòa Bình,13,Hoài Nhơn,1,Hoàng Bá Minh,1,Hoàng Minh Quân,1,Hodge,1,Hojoo Lee,2,HOMC,5,HongKong,8,HSG 10,100,HSG 11,84,HSG 12,580,HSG 9,402,HSG Cấp Trường,78,HSG Quốc Gia,99,HSG Quốc Tế,16,Hứa Lâm Phong,1,Hứa Thuần Phỏng,1,Hùng Vương,2,Hưng Yên,32,Hương Sơn,2,Huỳnh Kim Linh,1,Hy Lạp,1,IMC,25,IMO,54,India,45,Inequality,13,InMC,1,International,307,Iran,11,Jakob,1,JBMO,41,Jewish,1,Journal,20,Junior,38,K2pi,1,Kazakhstan,1,Khánh Hòa,16,KHTN,53,Kiên Giang,63,Kim Liên,1,Kon Tum,18,Korea,5,Kvant,2,Kỷ Yếu,42,Lai Châu,4,Lâm Đồng,33,Lạng Sơn,21,Langlands,1,Lào Cai,16,Lê Hải Châu,1,Lê Hải Khôi,1,Lê Hoành Phò,4,Lê Khánh Sỹ,3,Lê Minh Cường,1,Lê Phúc Lữ,1,Lê Phương,1,Lê Quý Đôn,1,Lê Viết Hải,1,Lê Việt Hưng,1,Leibniz,1,Long An,42,Lớp 10,10,Lớp 10 Chuyên,452,Lớp 10 Không Chuyên,229,Lớp 11,1,Lục Ngạn,1,Lượng giác,1,Lương Tài,1,Lưu Giang Nam,2,Lý Thánh Tông,1,Macedonian,1,Malaysia,1,Margulis,2,Mark Levi,1,Mathematical Excalibur,1,Mathematical Reflections,1,Mathematics Magazine,1,Mathematics Today,1,Mathley,1,MathLinks,1,MathProblems Journal,1,Mathscope,8,MathsVN,5,MathVN,1,MEMO,10,Metropolises,4,Mexico,1,MIC,1,Michael Guillen,1,Mochizuki,1,Moldova,1,Moscow,1,Mỹ,9,MYTS,4,Nam Định,32,Nam Phi,1,Nam Trung Bộ,1,National,249,Nesbitt,1,Newton,4,Nghệ An,50,Ngô Bảo Châu,2,Ngô Việt Hải,1,Ngọc Huyền,2,Nguyễn Anh Tuyến,1,Nguyễn Bá Đang,1,Nguyễn Đình Thi,1,Nguyễn Đức Tấn,1,Nguyễn Đức Thắng,1,Nguyễn Duy Khương,1,Nguyễn Duy Tùng,1,Nguyễn Hữu Điển,3,Nguyễn Mình Hà,1,Nguyễn Minh Tuấn,8,Nguyễn Phan Tài Vương,1,Nguyễn Phú Khánh,1,Nguyễn Phúc Tăng,1,Nguyễn Quản Bá Hồng,1,Nguyễn Quang Sơn,1,Nguyễn Tài Chung,5,Nguyễn Tăng Vũ,1,Nguyễn Tất Thu,1,Nguyễn Thúc Vũ Hoàng,1,Nguyễn Trung Tuấn,8,Nguyễn Tuấn Anh,2,Nguyễn Văn Huyện,3,Nguyễn Văn Mậu,25,Nguyễn Văn Nho,1,Nguyễn Văn Quý,2,Nguyễn Văn Thông,1,Nguyễn Việt Anh,1,Nguyễn Vũ Lương,2,Nhật Bản,3,Nhóm $\LaTeX$,4,Nhóm Toán,1,Ninh Bình,41,Ninh Thuận,15,Nội Suy Lagrange,2,Nội Suy Newton,1,Nordic,19,Olympiad Corner,1,Olympiad Preliminary,2,Olympic 10,97,Olympic 10/3,5,Olympic 11,88,Olympic 12,30,Olympic 24/3,6,Olympic 27/4,19,Olympic 30/4,65,Olympic KHTN,6,Olympic Sinh Viên,73,Olympic Tháng 4,11,Olympic Toán,298,Olympic Toán Sơ Cấp,3,PAMO,1,Phạm Đình Đồng,1,Phạm Đức Tài,1,Phạm Huy Hoàng,1,Pham Kim Hung,3,Phạm Quốc Sang,2,Phan Huy Khải,1,Phan Thành Nam,1,Pháp,2,Philippines,8,Phú Thọ,30,Phú Yên,26,Phùng Hồ Hải,1,Phương Trình Hàm,11,Phương Trình Pythagoras,1,Pi,1,Polish,32,Problems,1,PT-HPT,14,PTNK,44,Putnam,25,Quảng Bình,44,Quảng Nam,31,Quảng Ngãi,33,Quảng Ninh,43,Quảng Trị,26,Quỹ Tích,1,Riemann,1,RMM,12,RMO,24,Romania,36,Romanian Mathematical,1,Russia,1,Sách Thường Thức Toán,7,Sách Toán,69,Sách Toán Cao Học,1,Sách Toán THCS,7,Saudi Arabia,7,Scholze,1,Serbia,17,Sharygin,24,Shortlists,56,Simon Singh,1,Singapore,1,Số Học - Tổ Hợp,27,Sóc Trăng,28,Sơn La,11,Spain,8,Star Education,5,Stars of Mathematics,11,Swinnerton-Dyer,1,Talent Search,1,Tăng Hải Tuân,2,Tạp Chí,14,Tập San,6,Tây Ban Nha,1,Tây Ninh,29,Thạch Hà,1,Thái Bình,39,Thái Nguyên,49,Thái Vân,2,Thanh Hóa,57,THCS,2,Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ,5,Thomas J. Mildorf,1,THPT Chuyên Lê Quý Đôn,1,THPTQG,15,THTT,6,Thừa Thiên Huế,35,Tiền Giang,19,Tin Tức Toán Học,1,Titu Andreescu,2,Toán 12,7,Toán Cao Cấp,3,Toán Chuyên,2,Toán Rời Rạc,5,Toán Tuổi Thơ,3,Tôn Ngọc Minh Quân,2,TOT,1,TPHCM,124,Trà Vinh,5,Trắc Nghiệm,1,Trắc Nghiệm Toán,2,Trại Hè,34,Trại Hè Hùng Vương,25,Trại Hè Phương Nam,5,Trần Đăng Phúc,1,Trần Minh Hiền,2,Trần Nam Dũng,9,Trần Phương,1,Trần Quang Hùng,1,Trần Quốc Anh,2,Trần Quốc Luật,1,Trần Quốc Nghĩa,1,Trần Tiến Tự,1,Trịnh Đào Chiến,2,Trung Quốc,12,Trường Đông,19,Trường Hè,7,Trường Thu,1,Trường Xuân,2,TST,55,Tuyên Quang,6,Tuyển Sinh,3,Tuyển Tập,44,Tuymaada,4,Undergraduate,66,USA,44,USAJMO,10,USATST,7,Uzbekistan,1,Vasile Cîrtoaje,4,Vật Lý,1,Viện Toán Học,2,Vietnam,4,Viktor Prasolov,1,VIMF,1,Vinh,27,Vĩnh Long,20,Vĩnh Phúc,63,Virginia Tech,1,VLTT,1,VMEO,4,VMF,12,VMO,46,VNTST,22,Võ Anh Khoa,1,Võ Quốc Bá Cẩn,26,Võ Thành Văn,1,Vojtěch Jarník,6,Vũ Hữu Bình,7,Vương Trung Dũng,1,WFNMC Journal,1,Wiles,1,Yên Bái,17,Yên Định,1,Yên Thành,1,Zhautykov,11,Zhou Yuan Zhe,1,
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[Solutions] Iranian National Mathematical Olympiad 2012-2013
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