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Hello! I am preparing for Olympiads. Does someone of you know of some great books which would help in cracking them? Thanks in advance\(\dots\)

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Have you tried "Geometry Revisited"? I believe there is a free downloadable PDF version. Check it out.

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Can I have that link please ??? @Daniel Liu

@Daniel Liu Yes I have it. Quite a good book. Do you know of some more?

Join AOPS. There are separate sections for each topic in it. Some books I followed are "104 Number Theory Problems by Titu Andreescu". I would suggest all the books by 'Titu Andreescu' and 'Dorin Andrica'

Can you just tell of which class olympiad you are going to appear? Accordingly there are books for practice.

RMO, NSE Olympiads. But I would like books specifically for the Regional Mathematical Olympiad.

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TopNewestHave you tried "Geometry Revisited"? I believe there is a free downloadable PDF version. Check it out.

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Can I have that link please ??? @Daniel Liu

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@Daniel Liu Yes I have it. Quite a good book. Do you know of some more?

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Join AOPS. There are separate sections for each topic in it. Some books I followed are "104 Number Theory Problems by Titu Andreescu". I would suggest all the books by 'Titu Andreescu' and 'Dorin Andrica'

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Can you just tell of which class olympiad you are going to appear? Accordingly there are books for practice.

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RMO, NSE Olympiads. But I would like books specifically for the Regional Mathematical Olympiad.

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