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Consider six distinct points in a plane. Let $m$ and $M$ denote the minimum and maximum distance between any pair of points. Show that $M/m \geq \sqrt{3}$.
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The numbers $1, 2, \dots , 10$ are arranged in a circle in some order. Show that it is always possible to find three adjacent numbers whose sum is at least $17$, irrespective of the ordering.
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