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Latest revision as of 00:08, 4 August 2018

Problem 1

Show that $n^4 - n^2$ is divisible by $12$ for any integers $n > 1$.

Solution

Problem 2

Five regular dices are thrown, one at each time, then the product of the $5$ numbers shown are calculated. Which probability is bigger; the product is $180$ or the product is $144$?

Solution

Problem 3

Find all real solutions from the following system of equations:

$\left\{\begin{array}{l}x+y+z = 6\\x^2 + y^2 + z^2 = 12\\x^3 + y^3 + z^3 = 24\end{array}\right.$

Solution

Problem 4

Given a triangle $ABC$ with $AC > BC$. On the circumcircle of triangle $ABC$ there exists point $D$, which is the midpoint of arc $AB$ that contains $C$. Let $E$ be a point on $AC$ such that $DE$ is perpendicular to $AC$. Prove that $AE = EC + CB$.

Solution

Problem 5

Nine of the following ten numbers: $4,5,6,7,8,12,13,16,18,19$ are going to be filled into empty spaces in the $3 \times 5$ table shown below. After all spaces are filled, the sum of the numbers on each row will be the same. And so with the sum of the numbers on each column, will also be the same. Determine all possible fillings.

$\begin{array} {|c|c|c|} \cline{1-3} 10 & & \\ \cline{1-3} & & 9 \\ \cline{1-3} & 3 & \\ \cline{1-3} 11 & & 17 \\ \cline{1-3} & 20 & \\ \cline{1-3} \end{array}$

Solution

Problem 6

Find all prime number $p$ such that $4p^2 + 1$ and $6p^2 + 1$ are also prime.

Solution

Problem 7

Let $ABCD$ be a rhombus with $\angle A = 60^\circ$, and $P$ is the intersection of diagonals $AC$ and $BD$. Let $Q$, $R$, and $S$ are three points on the rhombus' perimeter. If $PQRS$ is also a rhombus, show that exactly one of $Q$, $R$, and $S$ is located on the vertices of rhombus $ABCD$.

Solution

See Also

2002 Indonesia MO (Problems)
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All Indonesia MO Problems and Solutions
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