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699 OLYMPIC MATHEMATICAL CHALLENGES

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Preface

 

Challenging mathematical problems are intellectually demanding proposals that usually require training to be solved. They appear in Mathematical Olympiads and Contests around the world. Behind any proposal of the six that usually form the paper of any competition  there is a key idea to solve it. A basic skill is to gain experience through training. It consist in the application of the usual and most appropriate techniques to solve mathematical problems. These are the usual tools for mathematical proof such as direct reasoning, contradiction, mathematical induction, inclusion-exclusion, double counting,invariants, extremal principle, bijections and visual or proofs without words among others mathematical strategies.The problems given to the contestants in Math Competitions are challenges carefully chosen for the members of the Jury ofthe contest from a Short List presented to them by the so called Problem Selection Committee (PSC). The wording ofthe Problems chosen are carefully revised in order that the statements be absolutely clear and free of ambiguities. It is desirable that the contestants be able to write the answer of the problem posed in a clear and elegant mathematical style explaining in detail the steps of their solutions from the beginning to the end or conclusion.In this book the authors present a collection of math challenges verysuitable for future contestants who want to prepare to participate in math competitions of secondary school or undergraduate levels, or for students and teachers that enjoy solving mathematical problems. The problems with their full solutions are also given in the second part of the book. They contain a lot of basic ideas that are the most frequently used to face mathematical problems. The main topic worked in this book is inequalities that are scattered in Algebra, Geometry, Number theory, Combinatorics, and Mathematical Analysis. The first three are the yelds that usually appears in the math contests addressed to high school levels around the world and the last one is most appropriate for training students of undergra-duate level who want to participate in university math competitions.

Some of the problems are easy, needing no more than common sense and clear reasoning. Other require some results of Elementary Mat-

hematics that can be found in any textbook of math high school or calculus course. I suggest no pay attention to the solutions until your

battle with a problem has resulted in a victory getting a nice solution or a disappointing defeat. Be aware that a problem may be solved in diferent ways distinct of the one given in the book. Finally, I want to say that it is worthy to have this book in the library because the materials contained in it are most interesting and useful for training students for Math Olympiads.

 

Jose Luis Diaz-Barrero Barcelona 2017

BarcelonaTech, Barcelona, Spain.

 

 ABOUT THE AUTHORS

 

Mihaly Bencze, born on 20 November 1954 in Sacele-Negyfalu, Brasov, is principal and teacher of mathematics at "Ady Endre" high school in Bucharest, Romania. He received a Ph.D. in mathematics in 2010 and has written 6 literary and 16 mathematical books. He is Editor in Chief of Gamma (1978 -1989), Octogon Mathematical Magazine (1993 - ), Erdelyi Matematikal Lapok(1996  ) and Brassoi Fuzetek (1985  ), Bukaresti Magyar Elet (2013  ), and member of many scientifc journals' editorial board. From 2013 he is a member of the American Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is the founder of the "Jozef Wildt" International Mathematical Competition (1990 - ), the Transsylvanian Hungarian Mathematical Competition (1990 - ), the "John Von Neumann" Mathematical Competition, the "Jozsef Bencko" Mathematical Competition and the International Hungarian Mathematical Competition  (1992). He has published more than 23.000 mathematical problems in 43 scientific journals, and more than 800 papers in journals all over the world.

Mihaly Bencze was rewarded with the title "European Citizen 2017" by the European Parliament.

 Daniel Sitaru, born on 9 August 1963 in Craiova, Romania, is teacher at National Economic College "Theodor Costescu" in Drobeta Turnu - Severin. He published 33 mathematical books, last two of these, "Math Phenomenon" and "Algebraic Phenomenon", were very appreciated worldwide. He is founding editor of "Romanian Mathematical Magazine", an Interactive Mathematical Journal with 3.200.000 visitors in 2017 (www.ssmrmh.ro). Many problems from  his books were published in famous journals such as "American Mathematical Monthly", "Crux Mathematicorum", "Math Problems Journal", "The Pentagon Journal", "La Gaceta de la RSME", "SSMA Magazine". He also published an impressive number of original problems in all mathematical journals from Romania

(GMB, Cardinal, Elipsa, Argument, Recreat_ii Matematice). His articles from "Crux Mathematicorum" and "The Pentagon Journal" were also very appreciated.

 

 

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indexEchipele feminine de matematică ale României, participante la a V-a ediţie a Olimpiadei Europene de Matematică pentru Fete (European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad/EGMO), au obţinut 5 medalii de argint şi  3 medalii de bronz. Ca ţară organizatoare, România a avut în concurs două echipe, formate din câte 4 eleve, toate cele 8 componente fiind premiate.

Medaliile de argint au fost cucerite de Ioana Alexandra Teodorescu (clasa a XI-a), Raluca Cobzaru (clasa a XII-a), Clara Maria Dima (clasa a IX-a), Lenca Iarina Cuturela (clasa a IX-a) - eleve la  Liceul  Internaţional de Informatică din Bucureşti, respectiv Doina Chiroiu (clasa a X-a/Colegiul Naţional de Informatică „Tudor Vianu” din Bucureşti). Medaliile de bronz au fost obţinute de Andreea Dima (clasa a X-a/Colegiul Naţional de Informatică „Tudor Vianu” din Bucureşti), Ramona Deaconu (clasa a XI-a/Colegiul Naţional „Ion Minulescu” din Slatina) şi Ana Maria Radu (clasa a X-a/Liceul  Internaţional de Informatică din Bucureşti).
 
Au participat 143 de fete din 38 de ţări din toată lumea (statele noneuropene au, în general, statut de invitat). Prezent la festivitatea de premiere, ministrul Educaţiei, Adrian Curaj, a subliniat: „Mă bucur că România a găzduit aceasta competiţie internaţională şi sper ca, an de an, iniţiative de acest gen sa atragă un număr cât mai mare de elevi spre ştiinţele exacte”.
 
Echipele României au fost coordonate de Maria Romina Ivan, medaliată la această olimpiadă în anii anteriori, actualmente studentă la Cambridge University, Hajnalka Csapó, profesor la Colegiul „Marton Aron” din Miercurea Ciuc şi Sena Azis, profesor la Şcoala Gimnazială nr. 56 din Bucureşti.
 
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