This was supposed to be done way earlier, but I got caught up with something.

If you like solving olympiad problems, you might like this set.

You might notice that this set has only number theory problems. Well, since this year's IMO did not have a single pure number theory problem, I thought we could use some number theory problems.

Since we're talking about the IMO, there's an easy IMO problem in the set. See if you can get that right.

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Here's the link to the previous set.

If you don't like number theory problems, I apologize. I promise this the third set will have other topics as well.

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TopNewestGood set, want more!

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There was a typo in question 3. It's been fixed now. Sorry, everyone!

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Great questions thanks

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