- Let $AA_1$, $CC_1$ be the altitudes of $\Delta ABC$, and $P$ be an arbitrary point of side $BC$. Point $Q$ on the line $AB$ is such that $QP = PC_1$, and point $R$ on the line $AC$ is such that $RP = CP$. Prove that $QA_1RA$ is a cyclic quadrilateral.
- The circle $\omega_1$ passes through the center $O$ of the circle $\omega_2$ and meets it at points $A$ and $B$. The circle $\omega_3$ centered at $A$ with radius $AB$ meets $\omega_1$ and $\omega_2$ at points $C$ and $D$ (distinct from $B$). Prove that $C$, $O$, $D$ are collinear.
- The rectangle $ABCD$ lies inside a circle. The rays $BA$ and $DA$ meet this circle at points $A_1$ and $A_2$. Let $A_0$ be the midpoint of $A_1A_2$. Points $B_0$, $C_0, D_0$ are defined similarly. Prove that $A_0C_0 = B_0D_0$.
- The side $AB$ of $\Delta ABC$ touches the corresponding excircle at point $T$. Let $J$ be the center of the excircle inscribed into $\angle A$, and $M$ be the midpoint of $AJ$. Prove that $MT = MC$.
- Let $A$, $B$, $C$ and $D$ be four points in general position, and $\omega$ be a circle passing through $B$ and $C$. A point $P$ moves along $\omega$. Let $Q$ be the common point of circles $\odot (ABP)$ and $\odot (PCD)$ distinct from $P$. Find the locus of points $Q$.
- Two quadrilaterals $ABCD$ and $A_1B_1C_1D_1$ are mutually symmetric with respect to the point $P$. It is known that $A_1BCD$, $AB_1CD$ and $ABC_1D$ are cyclic quadrilaterals. Prove that the quadrilateral $ABCD_1$ is also cyclic
- Let $AH_A$, $BH_B$, $CH_C$ be the altitudes of the acute-angled $\Delta ABC$. Let $X$ be an arbitrary point of segment $CH_C$, and $P$ be the common point of circles with diameters $H_CX$ and BC, distinct from $H_C$. The lines $CP$ and $AH_A$ meet at point $Q$, and the lines $XP$ and $AB$ meet at point $R$. Prove that $A$, $P$, $Q$, $R$, $H_B$ are concyclic.
- The circle $\omega_1$ passes through the vertex $A$ of the parallelogram $ABCD$ and touches the rays $CB, CD$. The circle $\omega_2$ touches the rays $AB, AD$ and touches $\omega_1$ externally at point $T$. Prove that $T$ lies on the diagonal $AC$
- Let $A_M$ be the midpoint of side $BC$ of an acute-angled $\Delta ABC$, and $A_H$ be the foot of the altitude to this side. Points $B_M$, $B_H$, $C_M$, $C_H$ are defined similarly. Prove that one of the ratios $A_MA_H : A_HA$, $B_MB_H : B_HB$, $C_MC_H : C_HC$ is equal to the sum of two remaining ratios.
- Let $N$ be the midpoint of arc $ABC$ of the circumcircle of $\Delta ABC$, and $NP$, $NT$ be the tangents to the incircle of this triangle. The lines $BP$ and $BT$ meet the circumcircle for the second time at points $P_1$ and $T_1$ respectively. Prove that $PP_1 = TT_1$.
- Morteza marks six points in the plane. He then calculates and writes down the area of every triangle with vertices in these points ($20$ numbers). Is it possible that all of these numbers are integers, and that they add up to $2019$?.
- Let $A_1A_2A_3$ be an acute-angled triangle inscribed into a unit circle centered at $O$. The cevians from $A_i$ passing through $O$ meet the opposite sides at points $B_i$ $(i = 1, 2, 3)$ respectively.

a) Find the minimal possible length of the longest of three segments $B_iO$.

b) Find the maximal possible length of the shortest of three segments $B_iO$. - Let $ABC$ be an acute-angled triangle with altitude $AT = h$. The line passing through its circumcenter $O$ and incenter $I$ meets the sides $AB$ and $AC$ at points $F$ and $N$, respectively. It is known that $BFNC$ is a cyclic quadrilateral. Find the sum of the distances from the orthocenter of $ABC$ to its vertices.
- Let the side $AC$ of triangle $ABC$ touch the incircle and the corresponding excircle at points $K$ and $L$ respectively. Let $P$ be the projection of the incenter onto the perpendicular bisector of $AC$. It is known that the tangents to the circumcircle of triangle $BKL$ at $K$ and $L$ meet on the circumcircle of $ABC$. Prove that the lines $AB$ and $BC$ touch the circumcircle of triangle $PKL$.
- The incircle $\omega$ of triangle $ABC$ touches the sides $BC$, $CA$ and $AB$ at points $D$, $E$ and $F$ respectively. The perpendicular from $E$ to $DF$ meets $BC$ at point $X$, and the perpendicular from $F$ to $DE$ meets $BC$ at point $Y$. The segment $AD$ meets $\omega$ for the second time at point $Z$. Prove that the circumcircle of the triangle $XYZ$ touches $\omega$.
- Let $AH_1$ and $BH_2$ be the altitudes of triangle $ABC$. Let the tangent to the circumcircle of $ABC$ at $A$ meet $BC$ at point $S_1$, and the tangent at $B$ meet $AC$ at point $S_2$. Let $T_1$ and $T_2$ be the midpoints of $AS_1$ and $BS_2$ respectively. Prove that $T_1T_2$, $AB$ and $H_1H_2$ concur.
- Three circles $\omega_1$, $\omega_2$, $\omega_3$ are given. Let $A_0$ and $A_1$ be the common points of $\omega_1$ and $\omega_2$, $B_0$ and $B_1$ be the common points of $\omega_2$ and $\omega_3$, $C_0$ and $C_1$ be the common points of $\omega_3$ and $\omega_1$. Let $O_{i,j,k}$ be the circumcenter of triangle $A_iB_jC_k$. Prove that the four lines of the form $O_{ijk}O_{1 - i,1 - j,1 - k}$ are concurrent or parallel.
- A quadrilateral $ABCD$ without parallel sidelines is circumscribed around a circle centered at $I$. Let $K, L, M$ and $N$ be the midpoints of $AB, BC, CD$ and $DA$ respectively. It is known that $AB \cdot CD = 4IK \cdot IM$. Prove that $BC \cdot AD = 4IL \cdot IN$.
- Let $AL_a$, $BL_b$, $CL_c$ be the bisecors of triangle $ABC$. The tangents to the circumcircle of $ABC$ at $B$ and $C$ meet at point $K_a$, points $K_b$, $K_c$ are defined similarly. Prove that the lines $K_aL_a$, $K_bL_b$ and $K_cL_c$ concur.
- Let $O$ be the circumcenter of triangle ABC, $H$ be its orthocenter, and $M$ be the midpoint of $AB$. The line $MH$ meets the line passing through $O$ and parallel to $AB$ at point $K$ lying on the circumcircle of $ABC$. Let $P$ be the projection of $K$ onto $AC$. Prove that $PH \parallel BC$.
- An ellipse $\Gamma$ and its chord $AB$ are given. Find the locus of orthocenters of triangles $ABC$ inscribed into $\Gamma$.
- Let $AA_0$ be the altitude of the isosceles triangle $ABC~(AB = AC)$. A circle $\gamma$ centered at the midpoint of $AA_0$ touches $AB$ and $AC$. Let $X$ be an arbitrary point of line $BC$. Prove that the tangents from $X$ to $\gamma$ cut congruent segments on lines $AB$ and $AC$
- In the plane, let $a$, $b$ be two closed broken lines (possibly self-intersecting), and $K$, $L$, $M$, $N$ be four points. The vertices of $a$, $b$ and the points $K$ $L$, $M$, $N$ are in general position (i.e. no three of these points are collinear, and no three segments between them concur at an interior point). Each of segments $KL$ and $MN$ meets $a$ at an even number of points, and each of segments $LM$ and $NK$ meets $a$ at an odd number of points. Conversely, each of segments $KL$ and $MN$ meets $b$ at an odd number of points, and each of segments $LM$ and $NK$ meets $b$ at an even number of points. Prove that $a$ and $b$ intersect.
- Two unit cubes have a common center. Is it always possible to number the vertices of each cube from $1$ to $8$ so that the distance between each pair of identically numbered vertices would be at most $4/5$? What about at most $13/16$?.

# [Solutions] Sharygin Geometry Mathematical Olympiad 2019 (Correspondence Round)

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