V.Α. Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad 2017-18 37p [Ukrainie]

geometry problems
with aops links in the names
from Vyacheslav Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad (Ukranian)                   
[Started in 2017]

in memorial of Yasinska Α Vyacheslav, (Ясінського В’ячеслава Андрійовича) 1957-2015 .

I shall post below the problems, as soon as they translated and posted in English in aops.

 [inside aops 2017, 2018]

2017

grades VIII-IX

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p1
Rectangular sheet of paper $ABCD$ is folded as shown in the figure. Find the rato  $DK: AB$, given that $C_1$ is the midpoint of $AD$.
2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p2, advanced p1
Medians $AM$ and $BE$ of a triangle $ABC$  intersect at $O$. The points $O, M, E, C$ lie on one circle. Find the length of $AB$ if $BE = AM =3$.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p3, advanced p2
Given circle arc, whose center is an inaccessible point. $A$ is a point on this arc (see fig.). How to  construct use compass and ruler without divisions, a tangent to given circle arc at point $A$ ?
Diagonals of trapezium  $ABCD$ are mutually perpendicular and the midline of the trapezium is $5$. Find the length of the segment that connects the middles of the bases of the trapezium.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p5, advanced p5
The four points of a circle are in the following order: $A, B, C, D$. Extensions of chord $AB$ beyond point $B$ and of chord  $CD$  beyond point $C$ intersect at point $E$, with $\angle AED= 60^o$. If $\angle ABD =3  \angle  BAC$ , prove that $AD$ is the diameter of the circle.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p6
Given a trapezoid $ABCD$ with bases $BC$ and $AD$, with $AD=2 BC$. Let $M$ be the midpoint of $AD, E$ be the point of intersection of the sides $AB$ and $CD$,  $O$ be the point of intersection of  $BM$ and $AC, N$ be the point of intersection of  $EO$ and $BC$. In what ratio, point $N$ divides the segment $BC$?

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p2, advanced p1
Medians $AM$ and $BE$ of a triangle $ABC$  intersect at $O$. The points $O, M, E, C$ lie on one circle. Find the length of $AB$ if $BE = AM =3$.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p3, advanced p2
Given circle arc, whose center is an inaccessible point. $A$ is a point on this arc (see fig.). How to  construct use compass and ruler without divisions, a tangent to given circle arc at point $A$ ?
2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p3
The two sides of the triangle are $10$ and $15$. Prove that the length of the bisector of the angle between them is less than $12$.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p4
In an isosceles trapezoid, one of the bases  is three times larger than the other. Angle at a greater basis is equal to $45^o$. Show how to cut this trapezium into three parts and make a square with them. Justify your answer.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p5, advanced p5
The four points of a circle are in the following order: $A, B, C, D$. Extensions of chord $AB$ beyond point $B$ and of chord  $CD$  beyond point $C$ intersect at point $E$, with $\angle AED= 60^o$. If $\angle ABD =3  \angle  BAC$ , prove that $AD$ is the diameter of the circle.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p6
Given a trapezoid $ABCD$ with bases $BC$ and $AD$, with $AD=2 BC$. Let $M$ be the midpoint of $AD, E$ be the point of intersection of the sides $AB$ and $CD$,  $O$ be the point of intersection of  $BM$ and $AC, N$ be the point of intersection of  $EO$ and $BC$. In what ratio, point $N$ divides the segment $BC$?

grades X-XI

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI p1
In the isosceles trapezoid with the area of $28$, a circle of radius $2$ is inscribed. Find the length of the side of the trapezoid.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI p2
Prove that if all the edges of the tetrahedron are equal triangles (such a tetrahedron is called equilateral), then its projection on the plane of a face is a triangle.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI p3, advanced  p1
Given circle $\omega$  and point $D$ outside this circle. Find the following points $A, B$ and $C$ on the circle $\omega$ so that the $ABCD$ quadrilateral is convex and has the maximum possible area. Justify your answer.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI p4
Three points are given on the plane. With the help of compass and ruler construct a straight line in this plane, which will be equidistant from these three points. Explore how many solutions have this construction.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI p5
ABCD is a rectangle. The segment $MA$ is perpendicular to plane $ABC$ . $MB= 15$ , $MC=24$  , $MD=20$. Find the length of $MA$ .

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI p6
In the triangle $ABC$ , the angle bisector $AD$ divides the side $BC$ into the ratio $BD: DC = 2: 1$. In what ratio, does the median $CE$ divide this bisector?


2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI p3, advanced p1
Given circle $\omega$  and point $D$ outside this circle. Find the following points $A, B$ and $C$ on the circle $\omega$ so that the $ABCD$ quadrilateral is convex and has the maximum possible area. Justify your answer.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI  advanced p2
In the tetrahedron $DABC, AB=BC, \angle DBC =\angle  DBA$. Prove that $AC \perp DB$.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI  advanced p3
In a circle,  let $AB$ and $BC$ be chords , with  $AB =\sqrt3,  BC =3\sqrt3, \angle ABC =60^o$. Find the length of the circle chord that divides angle $ \angle ABC$ in half.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI  advanced p4
Median $AM$ and the angle bisector $CD$ of a right triangle $ABC$ ($\angle B=90^o$) intersect at the point $O$. Find the area of the triangle $ABC$ if $CO=9, OD=5$.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI  advanced p5
Find the area of the section of a unit cube $ABCDA_1B_1C_1D_1$,  when a plane passes through the midpoints of the edges $AB, AD$ and $CC_1$.

2017 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad X-XI  advanced p6
Given a circle $\omega$  of radius $r$ and a point $A$, which is far from the center of the circle at a distance $d<r.$ Find the geometric locus of vertices $C$ of all possible $ABCD$ rectangles, where points $B$ and $D$ lie on the circle $\omega$ .
2018


grades VIII-IX

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p1, advanced p1
Points $A, B$ and $C$ lie on the same line so that $CA = AB$. Square $ABDE$ and the equilateral triangle $CFA$, are constructed  on the same side of line $CB$. Find the acute angle between straight lines $CE$ and $BF$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p2
Let $ABCD$ be a parallelogram, such that the point $M$ is the midpoint of the side $CD$ and lies on the bisector of the angle $\angle BAD$. Prove that  $\angle AMB = 90^o$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p3, advanced p2
In the triangle $ABC$, $\angle B = 2 \angle C$, $AD$ is altitude, $M$ is the middle of the side $BC$. Prove that $AB = 2DM$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p4
In the quadrilateral $ABCD$, the length of the sides  $AB$ and  $BC$ is equal to $1$, $\angle  B= 100^o , \angle  D= 130^o$ .  Find the length of $BD$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p5, X-XI p5
In the trapezium $ABCD$ ($AD // BC$), the point $M$ lies on the side of $CD$, with $CM:MD=2:3$, $AB=AD$, $BC:AD=1:3$. Prove that $BD \perp  AM$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p6
In the quadrilateral $ABCD$, the points $E, F$, and $K$ are midpoints of the $AB, BC, AD$ respectively. Known that $KE \perp AB, K F \perp BC$, and the angle $\angle ABC = 118^o$. Find $ \angle ACD$ (in degrees).

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p1, advanced p1
Points $A, B$ and $C$ lie on the same line so that $CA = AB$. Square $ABDE$ and the equilateral triangle $CFA$, are constructed  on the same side of line $CB$. Find the acute angle between straight lines $CE$ and $BF$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX p3, advanced p2
In the triangle $ABC$, $\angle B = 2 \angle C$, $AD$ is altitude, $M$ is the middle of the side $BC$. Prove that $AB = 2DM$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p3
Construct triangle $ABC$,  given the altitude and the angle bisector both from A, if it is known for the sides of the triangle $ABC$ that $2BC = AB + AC$.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p4, X-XI advanced p4
Let  $I_a$ be the point of the center of an ex-circle of the triangle $ABC$, which touches the side $BC$ . Let $W$ be the point of intersection of the bisector of the angle $\angle A$ of the triangle $ABC$ with the circumcircle of the triangle $ABC$. Perpendicular from the point $W$ on the straight line $AB$, intersects the circumcircle of $ABC$  at the point $P$. Prove, that if the points $B, P, I_a$ lie on the same line, then the triangle $ABC$ is isosceles.

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p5
The point $M$ lies inside the rhombus $ABCD$. It is known that $\angle DAB=110^o$, $\angle AMD=80^o$, $\angle BMC= 100^o$. What can the angle $\angle AMB$ be equal?

2018 Yasinsky Geometry Olympiad VIII-IX advanced p6
Given a triangle $ABC$, in which $AB = BC$. Point $O$ is the center of the circumcircle, point $I$ is the center of  the incircle.  Point $D$ lies on the side $BC$, such that the lines $DI$ and $AB$ parallel. Prove that the lines $DO$ and $CI$ are perpendicular.

(Vyacheslav Yasinsky)

grades X-XI

In the triangle $ABC$, $AD$ is altitude, $M$ is the midpoint of $BC$. It is known that $\angle BAD = \angle DAM =  \angle MAC$. Find the values of the angles of the triangle $ABC$  

Let $P$ the point of intersection of the diagonals of a convex quadrilateral $ABCD$. It is known that the area of triangles $ABC$, $BCD$ and $DAP$ is equal to $8 cm^2$, $9 cm^2$ and $10 cm^2$. Find the area of the quadrilateral $ABCD$.

In the tetrahedron $SABC$, points $E, F, K, L$ are the midpoints of the sides $SA , BC, AC, SB$ respectively, . The lengths of the segments $EF$ and $KL$  are equal to $11 cm$ and $13 cm$ respectively, and the length of the segment $AB$ equals to $18 cm$. Find the length of the side $SC$ of the tetrahedron.

Let $ABC$ be an acute triangle. A line, parallel to $BC$, intersects sides $AB$ and $AC$ at points $M$ and $P$, respectively.  At which placement of points $M$ and $P$,  is the radius of the circumcircle of the triangle $BMP$ is the smallest?

In the trapezium $ABCD$ ($AD // BC$), the point $M$ lies on the side of $CD$, with $CM:MD=2:3$, $AB=AD$, $BC:AD=1:3$. Prove that $BD \perp  AM$.

$AH$ is the altitude of the acute triangle $ABC$, $K$ and $L$ are the feet of the perpendiculars, from point $H$ on sides $AB$ and $AC$ respectively. Prove that  the angles $BKC$ and $BLC$ are equal.

In the tetrahedron $SABC$, points $E, F, K, L$ are the midpoints of the sides $SA , BC, AC, SB$ respectively, . The lengths of the segments $EF$ and $KL$  are equal to $11 cm$ and $13 cm$ respectively, and the length of the segment $AB$ equals to $18 cm$. Find the length of the side $SC$ of the tetrahedron.

Let $ABC$ be an acute triangle. A line, parallel to $BC$, intersects sides $AB$ and $AC$ at points $M$ and $P$, respectively.  At which placement of points $M$ and $P$,  is the radius of the circumcircle of the triangle $BMP$ is the smallest?

Point $O$ is the center of circumcircle $\omega$ of the isosceles triangle $ABC$ ($AB = AC$). Bisector of the angle $\angle C$ intersects $\omega$  at the point $W$. Point $Q$ is the center of the circumcircle of the triangle $OWB$.  Construct the triangle $ABC$ given the points $Q,W, B$.

Let  $I_a$ be the point of the center of an ex-circle of the triangle $ABC$, which touches the side $BC$ . Let $W$ be the point of intersection of the bisector of the angle $\angle A$ of the triangle $ABC$ with the circumcircle of the triangle $ABC$. Perpendicular from the point $W$ on the straight line $AB$, intersects the circumcircle of $ABC$  at the point $P$. Prove, that if the points $B, P, I_a$ lie on the same line, then the triangle $ABC$ is isosceles.

The inscribed circle of the triangle $ABC$ touches its sides $AB, BC, CA$, at points $K,N, M$ respectively.  It is known that $\angle ANM = \angle CKM$. Prove that the triangle $ABC$ is isosceles.


(Vyacheslav Yasinsky)
Let $O$ and $I$ be  the centers of the described and inscribed circle the acute-angled triangle $ABC$, respectively. It is known that line $OI$ is parallel to the side $BC$ of this triangle. Line $MI$, where $M$ is the midpoint of $BC$, intersects the altitude $AH$ at the point $T$. Find the length of the segment $IT$, if the radius of the circle inscribed in the triangle $ABC$ is equal to $r$.







The problems proposed are here, in Ukranian : http://amnm.vspu.edu.ua/olymp/problems/

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