The link to the Round 2 Paper for this year's Singapore Mathematical Olympiad is here. The Round 2 competition takes place just yesterday (28 June) so it's pretty new.

Here's the place to discuss the answers to these qns. :) So for those interested to try them or discuss them, feel free to do so!

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TopNewestStill weak at solving symmetric systems... Number 2....

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If anyone requires, the SMO Junior Round 2 2014 Qns can be found here

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Answer to second is \((0,0,00\) and \((4,4,4)\)

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Question asked for only positive reals.

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Sorry, Then only \((4,4,4)\)

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@Victor Loh did you do that to?

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I took the Junior paper though, and it was easier than I had thought previously, to be honest. I solved all 5 questions :)

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Good luck to all who took the SMO! Wish you all the best! :D

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How does Question 4 pop out without much effort at all

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5 was pretty obvious though... For 2 I used another method.

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Q3 just spam lah hahah

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Wut! For 4 you have to prove that a,b and c HAVE to be equal man.

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