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1 If r is a number such that r2 6r + 5 = 0, nd (r 3)2 2 Carmen selects four dierent numbers from the set {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7} whose sum is 11. If l is the largest of these four numbers, what is the value of l? 3 The faces of a cube contain the number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 such that the sum of the numbers on each pair of opposite faces is 7. For each of the cubes eight corners, we multiply the three numbers on the faces incident to that corner, and write down its value. (In the diagram, the value of the indicated corner is 1 x 2 x 3 = 6.) What is the sum of the eight values assigned to the cubes corners? 4 In the gure, AQPB and ASRC are squares, and AQS is an equilateral triangle. If QS= 4 and BC= x, what is the value of x?

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5 Arthur is driving to Davids house intending to arrive at a certain time. If he drives at 60 km/h, he will arrive 5 minutes late. If he drives at 90 km/h, he will arrive 5 minutes early. If he drives at nkm/h, he will arrive exactly on time. What is the value of n? 6 Integers a, b, c, d, and e satisfy the following three properties: (i) 2 a < b < c < d < e < 100 (ii)gcd(a, e) = 1 (iii) a, b, c, d, e form a geometric sequence. What is the value of c? 7 In the gure, BCis a diameter of the circle, where BC = 901, BD = 1, and DA = 16. If EC = x, what is the value of x?

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8 A group of nfriends wrote a math contest consisting of eight short-answer problem S1 , S2 , S3 , S4 , S5 , S6 , S7 , S8 , and four full-solution problems F1 , F2 , F3 , F4 . Each person in the group correctly solved exactly 11 of the 12 problems. We create an 8 x 4 table. Inside the square located in the ith row and j th column, we write down the number of people who correctly solved both problem Si and Fj . If the 32 entries in the table sum to 256, what is the value of n? 9 ABCis a triangle with coordinates A =(2, 6), B =(0, 0), and C =(14, 0). (a) Let Pbe the midpoint of AB. Determine the equation of the line perpendicular to AB passing through P. (b) Let Q be the point on line BCfor which PQ is perpendicular to AB. Determine the length of AQ. (c) There is a (unique) circle passing through the points A, B, and C. Determine the radius of this circle. 10 Charlotte writes a test consisting of 100 questions, where the answer to each question is either TRUE or FALSE. Charlottes teacher announces that for every ve consecutive questions on the test, the answers to exactly three of them are TRUE. Just before the test starts, the teacher whispers to Charlotte that the answers to the rst and last questions are both FALSE. (a) Determine the number of questions for which the correct answer is TRUE. (b) What is the correct answer to the sixth question on the test? (c) Explain how Charlotte can correctly answer all 100 questions on the test. 11 Let nbe a positive integer. A row of n + 1 squares is written from left to right, numbered 0, 1, 2, , n Two frogs, named Alphonse and Beryl, begin a race starting at square 0. For each second that passes, Alphonse and Beryl make a jump to the right according to the following rules: if there are at least eight squares to the right of Alphonse, then Alphonse jumps eight squares to the right. Otherwise, Alphonse jumps one square to the right. If there are at least seven squares to the right of Beryl, then Beryl jumps seven squares to the right. Otherwise, Beryl

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jumps one square to the right. Let A(n) and B(n) respectively denote the number of seconds for Alphonse and Beryl to reach square n. For example, A(40) = 5 and B(40) = 10. (a) Determine an integer n200 for which B (n) < A(n). (b) Determine the largest integer n for whichB (n) A(n). 12 Let f (x) = x2 ax + b, where a and b are positive integers. (a) Suppose that a = 2 and b = 2. Determine the set of real roots of f (x) x, and the set of real roots of f (f (x)) x. (b) Determine the number of positive integers (a, b) with 1 a, b 2011 for which every root of f (f (x)) x is an integer.

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