Greece 1995 - 2019 25p

geometry problems from Greek National Math Olympiads (Seniors)
with aops links in the names
also known as Archimedes Seniors in Greek

collected inside aops here

1995 - 2019

1995 Greek National MO P2
Let $ABC$ be a triangle with $AB = AC$ and let $D$ be a point on $BC$ such that the incircle of $ABD$ and the excircle of $ADC$ corresponding to $A$ have the same radius. Prove that this radius is equal to one quarter of the altitude from $B$ of triangle $ABC$.

1996 Greek National MO P2
Let $ABC$ be an acute triangle, $AD,BE,CZ$ its altitudes and $H$ its orthocenter. Let $AI,A \Theta$ be the internal and external bisectors of angle $A$. Let $M,N$ be the midpoints of $BC,AH$, respectively. Prove that:
a) $MN$ is perpendicular to $EZ$
b) if $MN$ cuts the segments $AI,A \Theta$ at the points $K,L$, then $KL= AH$

1997 Greek National MO P1
Let $P$ be a point inside or on the boundary of a square $ABCD$. Find the minimum and maximum values of $f(P ) = \angle ABP + \angle BCP + \angle CDP + \angle DAP$.

1998 Greek National MO P2
For a regular $n$-gon, let $M$ be the set of the lengths of the segments joining its vertices. Show that the sum of the squares of the elements of $M$ is greater than twice the area of the polygon.

1999 Greek National MO P3
In an acute-angled triangle $ABC$, $AD,BE$ and $CF$ are the altitudes and $H$ the orthocentre. Lines $EF$ and $BC$ meet at $N$. The line passing through $D$ and parallel to $FE$ meets lines $AB$ and $AC$ at $K$ and $L$, respectively. Prove that the circumcircle of the triangle $NKL$ bisects the side $BC$.

2000 Greek National MO P1
Consider a rectangle $ABCD$ with $AB = a$ and $AD = b.$ Let $l$ be a line through $O,$ the center of the rectangle, that cuts $AD$ in  $E$ such that $AE/ED = 1/2$. Let $M$ be any point on $l,$ interior to the rectangle.  Find the necessary and suﬃcient condition on $a$ and $b$ that the four distances from M to lines $AD, AB, DC, BC$ in this order form an arithmetic progression.

2001 Greek National MO P1
A triangle $ABC$ is inscribed in a circle of radius $R.$ Let $BD$ and $CE$ be the bisectors of the angles $B$ and $C$ respectively and let the line $DE$ meet the arc $AB$ not containing $C$ at point $K.$ Let $A_1, B_1, C_1$ be the feet of perpendiculars from $K$ to $BC, AC, AB,$ and $x, y$ be the distances from $D$ and $E$ to $BC,$ respectively.
a) Express the lengths of $KA_1, KB_1, KC_1$ in terms of $x, y$ and the ratio $l = KD/ED.$
b) Prove that $\frac{1}{KB}=\frac{1}{KA}+\frac{1}{KC}.$

2002 Greek National MO P3
In a  triangle $ABC$  we have  $\angle C>10^0$ and  $\angle B=\angle C+10^0.$We  consider  point  $E$  on side  $AB$  such that  $\angle ACE=10^0,$ and point  $D$ on side $AC$  such that  $\angle DBA=15^0.$ Let  $Z\neq A$ be a point  of interection of  the  circumcircles of  the triangles  $ABD$ and $AEC.$ Prove that  $\angle ZBA>\angle ZCA.$

2003 Greek National MO P3
Given are a circle $\mathcal{C}$ with center $K$ and radius $r,$ point  $A$ on the circle and point $R$ in its exterior. Consider a variable line $e$ through $R$ that intersects the circle at two points $B$ and $C.$  Let $H$ be the orthocenter of triangle $ABC.$ Show that there is a unique point $T$ in the plane of circle $\mathcal{C}$ such that the sum $HA^2 + HT^2$ remains constant (as $e$ varies.)

2004 Greek National MO P3
Consider a circle $K(O,r)$ and a point $A$ outside $K.$ A line $\epsilon$ different from $AO$ cuts $K$ at $B$ and $C,$ where $B$ lies between $A$ and $C.$  Now the symmetric line of $\epsilon$ with respect to axis of symmetry the  line $AO$ cuts $K$ at $E$ and $D,$ where $E$ lies between $A$ and $D.$ Show that  the diagonals of the quadrilateral $BCDE$ intersect in a fixed point.

2005 Greek National MO P4
Let  $OX_1 , OX_2$  be  rays in  the interior of a  convex  angle $XOY$ such that $\angle XOX_1=\angle YOY_1< \frac{1}{3}\angle XOY$. Points  $K$  on $OX_1$  and  $L$  on  $OY_1$  are fixed so that  $OK=OL$, and  points $A$, $B$  are  vary on rays $(OX , (OY$  respectively  such that  the area  of the pentagon  $OAKLB$  remains  constant. Prove that  the  circumcircle of the  triangle $OAB$  passes  from a  fixed  point,  other than  $O$.

2006 Greek National MO P3
Let a triangle  $ABC$   and the cevians  $AL, BN , CM$ such that  $AL$  is the  bisector of angle  $A$. If  $\angle ALB = \angle ANM$, prove that  $\angle MNL = 90$

2007 Greek National MO P3
In a circular ring with radii $11r$ and $9r$, we put circles of radius $r$ which are tangent to the boundary circles and do not overlap. Determine the maximum number of circles that can be put this way. (You may use that $9.94<\sqrt{99}<9.95$)

2008 Greek National MO P3
A triangle $ABC$ with orthocenter $H$ is inscribed in a circle with center $K$ and radius $1$, where the angles at $B$ and $C$ are non-obtuse. If the lines $HK$ and $BC$ meet at point $S$ such that $SK(SK -SH) = 1$, compute the area of the concave quadrilateral $ABHC$.

2009 Greek National MO P2
Consider a triangle $ABC$ with circumcenter $O$ and let $A_1,B_1,C_1$ be the midpoints of the sides $BC,AC,AB,$ respectively. Points $A_2,B_2,C_2$ are defined as $\overrightarrow{OA_2}=\lambda \cdot \overrightarrow{OA_1}, \ \overrightarrow{OB_2}=\lambda \cdot \overrightarrow{OB_1}, \ \overrightarrow{OC_2}=\lambda \cdot \overrightarrow{OC_1},$ where $\lambda >0.$ Prove that lines $AA_2,BB_2,CC_2$ are concurrent.

2010 Greek National MO P3
A triangle $ABC$ is inscribed in a circle $C(O,R)$  and has incenter $I$. Lines $AI,BI,CI$ meet the circumcircle $(O)$ of triangle $ABC$ at points $D,E,F$ respectively. The circles with diameter $ID,IE,IF$ meet the sides $BC,CA, AB$ at pairs of points $(A_1,A_2), (B_1, B_2), (C_1, C_2)$ respectively. Prove that the six points $A_1,A_2, B_1, B_2, C_1, C_2$ are concyclic.

2011 Greek National MO P4
We consider an acute angled triangle $ABC$ (with $AB<AC$) and its circumcircle $c(O,R)$(with center $O$ and semidiametre $R$).The altitude $AD$ cuts the circumcircle at the point $E$ ,while the perpedicular bisector $(m)$ of the segment $AB$,cuts $AD$ at the point $L$.$BL$ cuts $AC$ at the point $M$ and the circumcircle $c(O,R)$ at the point $N$.Finally $EN$ cuts the perpedicular bisector $(m)$ at the point $Z$.Prove that:
$MZ \perp BC \iff \left(CA=CB \;\; \text{or} \;\; Z\equiv O \right)$

2012 Greek National MO P3
Let an acute-angled triangle $ABC$ with $AB<AC<BC$, inscribed in circle $c(O,R)$. The angle bisector $AD$ meets $c(O,R)$ at $K$. The circle $c_1(O_1,R_1)$(which passes from $A,D$ and has its center $O_1$ on $OA$) meets $AB$ at $E$ and $AC$ at $Z$. If $M,N$ are the midpoints of $ZC$ and $BE$ respectively, prove that:
a) the lines $ZE,DM,KC$ are concurrent at one point $T$.
b) the lines $ZE,DN,KB$ are concurrent at one point $X$.
c) $OK$ is the perpendicular bisector of $TX$.

2013 Greek National MO P4
Let a triangle $ABC$ inscribed in circle $c(O,R)$ and $D$ an arbitrary point on $BC$(different from the midpoint).The circumscribed circle of $BOD$,which is $(c_1)$, meets $c(O,R)$ at $K$ and $AB$ at $Z$.The circumscribed circle of $COD$ $(c_2)$,meets $c(O,R)$ at $M$ and $AC$ at $E$.Finally, the circumscribed circle of $AEZ$ $(c_3)$,meets $c(O,R)$ at $N$.Prove that $\triangle{ABC}=\triangle{KMN}.$

2014 Greek National MO P4
We are given a circle $c(O,R)$ and two points $A,B$ so that $R<AB<2R$.The circle $c_1 (A,r)$ ($0<r<R$) crosses the circle $c$ at C,D ($C$ belongs to the short arc $AB$).From $B$ we consider the tangent lines $BE,BF$ to the circle $c_1$ ,in such way that $E$ lays out of the circle $c$.If $M\equiv EC\cap DF$ show that the quadrilateral $BCFM$ is cyclic

2015 Greek National MO P3
Given is a triangle $ABC$ with $\angle{B}=105^{\circ}$.Let $D$ be a point on $BC$ such that $\angle{BDA}=45^{\circ}$.
a) If $D$ is the midpoint of $BC$ then prove that $\angle{C}=30^{\circ}$,
b) If $\angle{C}=30^{\circ}$ then prove that $D$ is the midpoint of $BC$

2016 Greek National MO P3
$ABC$ is an acute isosceles triangle $(AB=AC)$ and $CD$ one altitude. Circle $C_2(C,CD)$ meets $AC$ at $K$, $AC$ produced at $Z$ and circle $C_1(B, BD)$ at $E$. $DZ$ meets circle $(C_1)$ at $M$. Show that:
a) $\widehat{ZDE}=45^0$
b) Points $E, M, K$ lie on a line.
c) $BM//EC$

2017 Greek National MO P1
An acute triangle $ABC$ with $AB<AC<BC$ is inscribed in a circle $c(O,R)$. The circle $c_1(A,AC)$ intersects the circle $c$ at point $D$ and intersects $CB$ at $E$. If the line $AE$ intersects $c$ at $F$ and $G$ lies in $BC$ such that $EB=BG$, prove that $F,E,D,G$ are concyclic.

2018 Greek National MO P2
Let $ABC$ be an acute-angled triangle with $AB<AC<BC$ and $c(O,R)$ the circumscribed circle. Let $D, E$ be points in the small arcs $AC, AB$ respectively. Let $K$ be the intersection point of $BD,CE$ and $N$ the second common point of the circumscribed circles of the triangles $BKE$ and $CKD$. Prove that $A, K, N$ are collinear if and only if $K$ belongs to the symmedian of $ABC$ passing from $A$

2019 Greek National MO P2
Let $ABC$ be a triangle with $AB<AC<BC$.Let $O$ be the center of it's circumcircle and $D$ be the center of minor arc $AB$.Line $AD$ intersects $BC$ at $E$ and the circumcircle of $BDE$ intersects $AB$ at $Z$ ,($Z\not=B$).The circumcircle of $ADZ$ intersects $AC$ at $H$ ,($H\not=A$),prove that $BE=AH$