Solving mathematics Problems: A an individual perspectiveTerence TaoDeakin university Press, Geelong, Vic.: 1992Hardcover. 85 pages. ISBN 0-7300-1365-0

This first edition is unfortunately totally out of print (the entire press no longer exists).

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That discusses miscellaneous Olympiad level problems and also how one deserve to go about trying to solve them. Details top top the 2nd edition can be uncovered here.

Here is the cover picture for the very first edition, which to be taken when I to be sixteen:

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