The IMO Compendium: A Collection of Problems Suggested for The International Mathematical Olympiads: 1959-2004

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Springer New York, Feb 23, 2006 - Mathematics - 746 pages

This is the ultimate collection of challenging high-school-level mathematics problems. It is the result of a two year long collaboration to rescue these problems from old and scattered manuscripts, and produce the definitive source of IMO practice problems in book form for the first time. This book attempts to gather all the problems and solutions appearing on the IMO and contains a grand total of 1900 problems. It is an invaluable resource for high-school students preparing for mathematics competitions, and for anyone who loves math.

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* Dusan Djukic, IMO: gold, 2 silver, B.Sc. in Mathematics at Belgrade

University, Serbia and Montenegro

* Vladimir Jankovic, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Associate Professor at the

Belgrade University, Serbia and Montenegro

* Ivan Matic, IMO: silver, B.Sc. in Mathematics at Belgrade University,

Serbia and Montenegro

* Nikola Petrovic, IMO: 2 silver, bronze, B.Sc. in Mathematics and in

Physics at MIT, USA

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