The 2nd All Russian Mathematical Olympiad
1962年第二届全俄数学奥林匹克 
 ABCD is any convex quadrilateral. Construct a new quadrilateral as follows. Take A' so that A is the midpoint of DA'; similarly, B' so that B is the midpoint of AB'; C' so that C is the midpoint of BC'; and D' so that D is the midpoint of CD'. Show that the area of A'B'C'D' is five times the area of ABCD.
 Given a fixed circle C and a line L throught the center O of C. Take a variable point P on L and let K be the circle center P through O. Let T be the point where a common tangent to C and K meets K. What is the locus of T ?
 Given integers a_{0}, a_{1}, ... , a_{100}, satisfying a_{1}>a_{0}, a_{1}>0, and a_{r+2}=3 a_{r+1}  2 a_{r} for r=0, 1, ... , 98. Prove a_{100} > 2^{99} .
 Prove that there are no integers a, b, c, d such that the polynomial ax^{3}+bx^{2}+cx+d equals 1 at x=19 and 2 at x=62.
 Given an n x n array of numbers. n is odd and each number in the array is 1 or 1. Prove that the number of rows and columns containing an odd number of 1s cannot total n.
 Given the lengths AB and BC and the fact that the medians to those two sides are perpendicular, construct the triangle ABC.
 Given four positive real numbers a, b, c, d such that abcd=1, prove that a^{2} + b^{2} + c^{2} + d^{2} + ab + ac + ad + bc + bd + cd ≥ 10.
 Given a fixed regular pentagon ABCDE with side 1. Let M be an arbitary point inside or on it. Let the distance from M to the closest vertex be r_{1}, to the next closest be r_{2} and so on, so that the distances from M to the five vertices satisfy r_{1} ≤ r_{2} ≤ r_{3} ≤ r_{4} ≤ r_{5}. Find (a) the locus of M which gives r_{3} the minimum possible value, and (b) the locus of M which gives r_{3} the maximum possible value.
 Given a number with 1998 digits which is divisible by 9. Let x be the sum of its digits, let y be the sum of the digits of x, and z the sum of the digits of y. Find z.
 AB=BC and M is the midpoint of AC. H is chosen on BC so that MH is perpendicular to BC. P is the midpoint of MH. Prove that AH is perpendicular to BP.
 The triangle ABC satisfies 0 ≤ AB ≤ 1 ≤ BC ≤ 2 ≤ CA ≤ 3. What is the maximum area it can have ?
 Given unequal integers x, y, z prove that (xy)^{5} + (yz)^{5} + (zx)^{5} is divisible by 5(xy)(yz)(zx).
 Given a_{0}, a_{1}, ... , a_{n}, satisfying a_{0} = a_{n} = 0, and and a_{k1}  2a_{k} + a_{k+1} ≥ 0 for k=0, 1, ... , n1. Prove that all the numbers are negative or zero.
 Given two sets of positive numbers with the same sum. The first set has m numbers and the second n. Prove that you can find a set of less than m+n positive numbers which can be arranged to part fill an m x n array, so that the row and column sums are the two given sets.

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