# Difference between revisions of "1964 IMO Problems"

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Seventeen people correspond by mail with one another - each one with all | Seventeen people correspond by mail with one another - each one with all | ||

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Suppose five points in a plane are situated so that no two of the straight lines | Suppose five points in a plane are situated so that no two of the straight lines | ||

joining them are parallel, perpendicular, or coincident. From each point perpendiculars | joining them are parallel, perpendicular, or coincident. From each point perpendiculars | ||

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In tetrahedron <math>ABCD</math>, vertex <math>D</math> is connected with <math>D_0</math>, the centrod of <math>\triangle ABC</math>. Lines parallel to <math>DD_0</math> are drawn through <math>A,B</math> and <math>C</math>. These lines intersect the planes <math>BCD, CAD</math> and <math>ABD</math> in points <math>A_1, B_1,</math> and <math>C_1</math>, respectively. Prove that the volume of <math>ABCD</math> is one third the volume of <math>A_1B_1C_1D_0</math>. Is the result true if point <math>D_o</math> is selected anywhere within <math>\triangle ABC</math> | In tetrahedron <math>ABCD</math>, vertex <math>D</math> is connected with <math>D_0</math>, the centrod of <math>\triangle ABC</math>. Lines parallel to <math>DD_0</math> are drawn through <math>A,B</math> and <math>C</math>. These lines intersect the planes <math>BCD, CAD</math> and <math>ABD</math> in points <math>A_1, B_1,</math> and <math>C_1</math>, respectively. Prove that the volume of <math>ABCD</math> is one third the volume of <math>A_1B_1C_1D_0</math>. Is the result true if point <math>D_o</math> is selected anywhere within <math>\triangle ABC</math> | ||

## Revision as of 19:30, 15 July 2009

Problems of the 6th IMO 1964 in USSR.

## Contents

## Day I

## Problem 1

(a) Find all positive integers for which is divisible by .

(b) Prove that there is no positive integer for which is divisible by .

## Problem 2

Suppose are the sides of a triangle. Prove that

## Problem 3

A circle is inscribed in a triangle with sides . Tangents to the circle parallel to the sides of the triangle are contructed. Each of these tangents cuts off a triangle from . In each of these triangles, a circle is inscribed. Find the sum of the areas of all four inscribed circles (in terms of ).

## Day II

## Problem 4

Seventeen people correspond by mail with one another - each one with all the rest. In their letters only three different topics are discussed. Each pair of correspondents deals with only one of these topics. Prove that there are at least three people who write to each other about the same topic.

## Problem 5

Suppose five points in a plane are situated so that no two of the straight lines joining them are parallel, perpendicular, or coincident. From each point perpendiculars are drawn to all the lines joining the other four points. Determine the maximum number of intersections that these perpendiculars can have.

## Problem 6

In tetrahedron , vertex is connected with , the centrod of . Lines parallel to are drawn through and . These lines intersect the planes and in points and , respectively. Prove that the volume of is one third the volume of . Is the result true if point is selected anywhere within