1984 USAMO Problems/Problem 4
A difficult mathematical competition consisted of a Part I and a Part II with a combined total of problems. Each contestant solved problems altogether. For each pair of problems, there were exactly two contestants who solved both of them. Prove that there was a contestant who, in Part I, solved either no problems or at least four problems.
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