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Alien eye

Two quarter-circles fit inside a square, and five circles fit inside the overlapped region, centred. What is the ratio of the (straight line) segment lengths red to blue? (The segments connect to points of tangency.)

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In times out

What is the area of the green rectangle, which has sides tangent to the incircle and circumcircle of a triangle with side lengths a, b, c.? (Write the answer as a multiple of a quotient of two elementary symmetric functions in a, b, c.)

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Shots in the dome

A beam from the top of one tower cuts through the dome, reflects off the ground, and hits the top of the other tower. Show that the line connecting the orange dots, the line connecting the blue dots, and the ground line are concurrent.

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Intermediate

Wedging the circle

Four similar triangles share one circle as incircle or excircle. Show that orange dotted lines must be concurrent.

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Intermediate

Interlocked triangles

Do the blue, green, and orange triangles have the same shape?

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Ball of yarn

A cyclic hexagon has concurrent cross diagonals. What is the ratio of the product of the orange sides compared to the product of the purple sides. (ace:bdf).

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Sunrise over green mountain

An acute triangle mountain ABC has altitudes BE and CF. The dotted tangent lines to the sunny circumcircle (AEF) at E and F intersect at a point M. Show that M is on the mountain’s base BC.

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The sun hat

Two triangles share a circumcircle and vertex, with one edge of the orange triangle containing the feet of two of the altitudes of the blue triangle. Show that the orange triangle is isosceles.

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Uneasy the head

The green zigzag crown segments would extend through either B or C. Show that the arcs along the top are equally spaced.

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Falling in

Start with an acute triangle and form a new triangle from the points of tangency of its inscribed circle. Continue this process to make make the triangle with blue vertices. What is the maximum possible angle at a blue vertex?