Authors: Xiong Bin, Iurie Boreico, Aleksander Bulj, Vo Quoc Ba Can, Mircea Lascu
Olympiad Inequalities follows the philosophy that the best way for students to train for high-level competitions, such as the International Mathematical Olympiad, is by solving problems. The book is divided into two standard chapters, the first consisting of the statement of the problems and the second one presenting their solutions. The problems are ordered chronologically, and consequently, the difficulty increases as classical problems give way to more modern ones. Therefore, this book highlights the evolution of the tools and techniques required for solving Olympiad questions while maintaining a constant learning pace according to the reader’s individual background. For a good introduction to several methods that lie behind the problems in this book, readers may wish to consult An Introduction to Inequalities, for sale by XYZ Press.
- Paperback: 444 pages
- Publisher: GIL Publishing House (2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-13: 978-6065000759
- Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.5 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.0 pounds