K. 339. 2/3 of the male members of a tennis club are entering a tournament in a mixed double, together with some female member of the club. The others are only playing in the singles competition. 3/8 of the women are playing in mixed doubles with some male member while the others are only entering for the singles. What fraction of the members of the club are playing singles only?

K. 340. A large cube is built out of small white cubes, and then the faces of the large cube are painted blue. The large cube is then taken apart again. What is the size of the large cube if the number of small cubes with an even number of blue faces is the same as those with an odd number of blue faces?

K. 341. Four congruent unit squares are separated by gaps of unit width as shown in the figure. Find the shortest path from A to B that touches each square. (It is not allowed to enter the interior of the squares.)

C. 1134. One base of an isosceles trapezium is three times the height, and the other base is two times the height. With a line parallel to one leg, the trapezium is divided into a parallelogram and an isosceles triangle. The diagonals of the trapezium and of the parallelogram are drawn. Prove that the area of the triangle bounded by the diagonals is 1/25 of the area of the trapezium.

B. 4462. Processed cheese is often sold in small blocks of eight identical cylindrical sectors packed together in a cylindrical box (see the figure). Each small block is individually wrapped and has a label on top. We have two boxes of such cheese: one box with peperoni flavour and another with bear's leek flavour. The boxes are turned over so that the contents are mixed on the table. Then the 16 blocks are returned to the boxes in a random arrangement (with labels all facing upwards). In how many different ways is that possible if arrangements obtained from each other by rotation are not considered different but the two boxes are distinguished?

B. 4463. In the Four-square Round Forest, trees form a regular triangular lattice. Is it possible to build a fence around a rectangular part of the forest such that the vertices of the rectangle are lattice points and the number of lattice points on the boundary of the rectangle is the same as in the interior?

B. 4465. The line segment A_{0}A_{10} is divided into 10 equal parts. The dividing points are in this order. The third vertex of the regular triangle drawn over the line segment A_{8}A_{10} is B. Show that BA_{0}A_{10}+BA_{2}A_{10}+BA_{3}A_{10}+BA_{4}A_{10}=60^{o}.

B. 4468. Consider two circular discs that have no common points. The circle drawn on the line segment connecting their centres as diameter intersects each of the common exterior tangents at two points. Prove that the diagonals of the quadrilateral formed by the four points of intersection are the common interior tangents.

B. 4469. The interior angle bisectors of triangle ABC intersect the opposite sides at A_{1}, B_{1}, C_{1}. Prove that the area of the triangle A_{1}B_{1}C_{1} cannot be greater than one fourth of the area of triangle ABC.

B. 4470. The cube ABCDEFGH is standing on the table. Three vertical edges are divided by the points K, L and M in ratios of 1:2, 1:3 and 1:4, respectively, as shown in the figure. The plane KLM divides the cube into two parts. What is the ratio of the volumes of the two parts?

B. 4471. Find those polynomial functions of integer coefficients that assign a positive prime number to every Fibonacci number. (The sequence F_{n} of Fibonacci numbers is defined by the recurrence relation F_{n}=F_{n-1}+F_{n-2} with seed values F_{0}=0, F_{1}=1.)

A. 566. (a) Prove that if n2 and the product of the positive real numbers is 1 then . (b) Show an example for an integer n2 and positive real numbers having product 1 that satisfy .

A. 567. (a) Find all pairs (a,b) of relatively prime positive integers a, b such that b divides a^{2}-3 and a divides b^{2}-3. (b) Find all pairs (a,b) of relatively prime positive integers a, b such that b divides a^{2}-5 and a divides b^{2}-5.

A. 568. Given a triangle ABC and a line through its incenter. Denote by A', B' and C' the mirror images of A, B and C about , respectively. Let the lines through A', B' and C', parallel to , meet the lines BC, CA and AB at P, Q and R, respectively. Prove that the points P, Q and R lie on a line and this line is tangent to the incircle.