Hii everyone!

As I'm preparing for RMO I wanted to ask that which book would be the best to buy! The book should contain enough theory for RMO preparation and Lots of Problems too....

Please suggest me some books by your personal experience if you have bought a Book and it is Gud enough for RMO preparation!

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TopNewest@Nihar Mahajan @Swapnil Das @Satyajit Ghosh @Satyajit Mohanty @Mehul Arora @Dev Sharma @Adarsh Kumar please help!!

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I've already recommended books for RMO in my board. Brilliant Wikis are also helpful for RMO, but don't completely rely on all of them. Some of them are incomplete. Be careful, don't try to do the same mistake as I had done months ago. Referring a number of books for a particular topic is always harmful.

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Thanks @Satyajit Ghosh and @Swapnil Das for your advice!!I'll keep these points in mind

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You should check out this note although it has 3 parts but the first one by swapnil das mentions the books you should check out. Although books are great but my opinion is that brilliant is one of the best ways to practice and also learn. Many books dont have Holder's inequality, Jenson's inequality which are actually very important and useful. You should check out the wikis of these too!

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