K. 361. A digital clock displays twelve noon in the form 12:00. Let us interpret that as a four-digit number: 1200. The intermediate times (displayed as hours and minutes) between twelve noon and midnight can all be interpreted in the same way as four-digit numbers. What is the sum of all such readings of four-digit numbers from 12:00 to 23:59?

K. 362. Peter takes 5 hours to do a certain job alone, and Paul takes 6 hours to do the same job alone. When they work together, they are both behindered by their continual quarrelling about everything, and their productivity decreases: each of them will do the work at a rate lowered by the same percentage. By what percentage is it lowered if the two of them take 3.5 hours to finish the job together?

K. 363. Big Ben announces every hour by as many strikes as the number of hours. When the clock has struck, the sound is heard a little time longer, and there are pauses between the sounds heard. Given that Big Ben takes 9 seconds to strike 3 and that it takes 10.5 seconds longer to strike 5 than to strike 2, calculate the total time, in seconds, of the sound of the strikes being heard during a day.

K. 364. One edge of a rectangular block of wood measures 10 cm. Three pairwise perpendicular bores, each of 2 cm by 2 cm square cross section, parallel to edges, are made through the block. (The three bores do not meet.) With the first bore made, the surface area of the block grew by 32 cm^{2}. The second bore further increased the surface area by 15.92%. The third bore was made parallel to the 10-cm edge. What was the remaining volume of the block after all three bores being made?

K. 365.D is a point on the extension of side AC of a regular triangle ABC beyond vertex A. The distance of point D from line AB is 4, and its distance from line BC is 10. Find the area of triangle ABC.

C. 1150. A square made up of an odd number of small squares is drawn on squared paper. We want to draw a closed polygon along grid lines such that it passes through every lattice point in the interior or on the boundary of the large square exactly once, and it does not leave the large square. Express the length of the polygon in terms of the length of the side of the large square.

C. 1151. An arbitrary interior point P of a convex quadrilateral ABCD is connected to the midpoints E, F, G, H of the sides AB, BC, CD, DA, respectively. Prove that the sum of the areas of the quadrilaterals AEPH and CGPF is equal to the sum of the areas of the quadrilaterals BFPE and DHPG. (Any of them may be a degenerate quadrilateral.)

C. 1153. A square of unit diagonal is cut along one of the diagonals, and the two parts are moved towards each other along the line of the other diagonal. What is the maximum possible area of the overlapping region?

C. 1154. Is there an arithmetic progression in which the sum of the first n terms is n, the sum of the first 2n terms is n^{2}, and the sum of the first 3n terms is n^{3}?

B. 4502. There are 2013 discs in a sack, numbered from 1 to 2013. How many discs need to be drawn without replacement to be certain that there will be two among them with numbers that add up to a multiple of 7?

B. 4504. In a right-angled triangle, the segment of the perpendicular bisector of the hypotenuse between the lines of the legs is equal in length to the hypotenuse. Determine the angles of the triangle.

B. 4505. We have two containers with volumes of p litres and of q litres. It is allowed to fill up completely or empty either container at a tap, to fill up either container completely from the other one, and to pour the entire content of one into the other. Prove that if p>q are relatively prime positive integers, and s is a positive integer such that sp, then it is possible to achieve that one container have exactly s litres of water in it.

B. 4507. The area of a regular heptagon is 4095 units. A and B are two consecutive vertices, and K is the centre of the heptagon. P is a point lying on the circumscribed circle of triangle ABK in the interior of the heptagon. Given that , what may be the area of triangle ABP?

B. 4510. The length of the base edges of a right regular pyramid of (2k+1) sides is 1, the centre of the base is O, and the length of the altitude OB is m. The pyramid is reflected in the midpoint of OB. Find the volume of the intersection of the two pyramids.

B. 4511. The circle k touches the circle internally at point P. A line p passing through P intersects the circles again at the points K and L, respectively. u is the tangent drawn at a point U of circle k. One intersection of u with the circle is V, and the intersection of lines KU and LV is T. Determine the locus of the point T as U traverses the circle k. (Consider both intersections of u and ; if U=K, the line KU is the tangent to k at K. Analogously, if V=L then LV is the tangent drawn to at L.)

A. 579. The circle k_{1} is internally tangent to the circle k which is externally tangent to k_{2}. The common external tangents of k_{1} and k_{2} are u and v. The line u is tangent to k_{1} and k_{2} at P and Q, respectively, and meets k at A and B in such a way that B lies between P and Q. Analogously, the line v is tangent to k_{1} and k_{2} at R and S, respectively, and meets k at C and D in such a way that D lies between R and S and k_{1} is tangent to that arc BD of k which does not contain A and C.

A. 580. Show that for every positive integer k and real number >0 there exists a polynomial p(x)=x^{n}+a_{n-1}x^{n-1}+...+a_{1}x+a_{0} with real coefficients such that p(x) is divisible by the polynomial (x-1)^{k+1} and