Author(s): Titu Andreescu, Sam Korsky, Cosmin Pohoata
This book showcases the synthetic problem-solving methods which frequently appear in modern day Olympiad geometry, in the way we believe they should be taught to someone with little familiarity in the subject. In some sense, the text also represents an unofficial sequel to the recent problem collection published by XYZ Press, 110 Geometry Problems for the International Mathematical Olympiad, written by the first and third authors, but the two books can be studied completely independently of each other. The work is designed as a medley of the important Lemmas in classical geometry in a relatively linear fashion: gradually starting from Power of a Point and common results to more sophisticated topics, where knowing a lot of techniques can prove to be tremendously useful. We treat each chapter as a short story of its own and include numerous solved exercises with detailed explanations and related insights that will hopefully make your journey very enjoyable.