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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1906 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191-1502

Flip a fair coin 5 times. Which is more

likely to occurall 5 flips land heads up,

or the flips land in the order heads-tails-

heads-tails-heads?

Two points are chosen on the parabola

defined by y = x

2

, one with a positive

x-coordinate and the other with a

negative x-coordinate. If the points are

(a, b) and (c, d), where a < 0 and c > 0,

find the y-intercept of the line joining the

two points in terms of a and c.

The numbers 19 are written on nine in-

dex cards, one number per card. Arrange

the cards into three piles so that the sum of

the numbers in each pile is 15.

A box containing a block of aluminum

weighs 8 lbs. When a steel block weighing

3 times the aluminum block replaces the

aluminum block inside the box, the weight

is now 20 lbs. What is the weight of the

box?

Two people agree to meet between 6 p.m.

and 7 p.m. They also agree to wait only

15 minutes for the other person to arrive.

What is the probability that they meet

each other? (Assume that arrival times are

uniformly distributed over the one-hour

interval.)

A square-wheeled tricycle can be pedaled

smoothly if the road consists of appropri-

ately spaced bumps. What is the name of

the mathematical shape that would allow

for a smooth ride?

The average of 5 quiz grades is 10. When

the lowest grade is dropped and the new

average is calculated, it turns out to be 11.

What was the score of the dropped grade?

The difference between the cube of the

sum of two positive integers and the sum

of the cubes of the same two integers is

210. Compute the sum and the product of

the two integers.

The # symbol is defined as an arithmetic

operation. Use the following three exam-

ples to figure out the value of 6 # 3:

10 # 5 = 9

11 # 6 = 7

13 # 8 = 3

Four semicircles are drawn in the interior

of a square using each side of the square as

a diameter. If the area of the square is 64,

find the area of the shaded region.

In ABC, AB = 16, AC = 15, and BC = 9.

Find the ratio

m B

m A

AB

DE

BC

x x x

x x x x

x

x

x

x

b

x

x

.

;

12 3 12 6 12 24

11

log

1

2log

3

log

1

log

1

0

2 25 8

3

2

+ + >

+ =

tended through C, a length equal to itself to

a point D. Point E is on AB; DE intersects

BC at F; and BF = 8. Find AE.

Which design will allow a marble to roll

from A to B in the least amount of time?

The numbers 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6 are written

on index cards, one number per card. The

cards are then placed in a hat. Three cards

are chosen from the five cards. The num-

bers on the three cards are added together.

How many different sums are possible?

A rectangle with sides in the ratio of 3 to 5

is inscribed in a circle. What is the ratio of

the area of the rectangle to the area of the

circle?

Circle O, with radius OA = 5, and circle P,

with radius PB = 7, have a common inter-

nal tangent AB. If OP = 20, find AB.

Solve for all real values of x:

m B

m A

AB

DE

BC

x x x

x x x x

x

x

x

x

b

x

x

.

;

12 3 12 6 12 24

11

log

1

2log

3

log

1

log

1

0

2 25 8

3

2

+ + >

+ =

least two of the digits the same?

When a cube is sliced with a single cut,

which of the following cross-sectional

polygons are not possible?

scalene triangle, isosceles triangle,

equilateral triangle, nonsquare rect-

angle, isosceles trapezoid, nonisosceles

trapezoid, parallelogram, square,

nonsquare rhombus,

pentagon, hexagon, octagon

What is the set of integer values for a

for which sin x sin ax = 1 will have

a solution?

Find the value of b that satisfies the

following:

m B

m A

AB

DE

BC

x x x

x x x x

x

x

x

x

b

x

x

.

;

12 3 12 6 12 24

11

log

1

2log

3

log

1

log

1

0

2 25 8

3

2

+ + >

+ =

is not divisible by either 2 or 3. If the day

exactly in the middle of a year is a Sunday,

on what day of the week will the 1/3 day

and the 2/3 day fall?

Factor

2

24

1

into its prime factors.

Find all x that satisfy this equation:

m B

m A

AB

DE

BC

x x x

x x x x

x

x

x

x

b

x

x

.

;

12 3 12 6 12 24

11

log

1

2log

3

log

1

log

1

0

2 25 8

3

2

+ + >

+ =

begins and ends with 5. It also has the

strange property that the sum of any three

consecutive digits is 12. Find the middle

digit.

What is the smallest natural number

divisible by each of the integers 110,

inclusive?

FEBRUARY

Sixty-five candy bars were to be shared

by a group of children. Each Pascal bar

was cut in half, and one piece was given

to each child. Every Fermat bar was cut in

thirds, and each Mandelbrot bar was cut

in quarters, and these pieces were equally

distributed to the children. How many

children were in the group if all 65 candy

bars were shared?

Which event is more likely to occur

exactly 1 head in 2 flips of a coin or exactly

5 heads in 10 flips of a coin?

21

19

B

A

P

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SOLUTIONS

to calendar

1. Equally likely. The probability of

a head is 1/2 on each flip of the coin.

Therefore, the probability of any par-

ticular sequence of heads and tails is 1/2

raised to the power of the number of

flips. In this case, each of the two events

has a probability of 1/32.

2. ac. The slope of the line through

(a, a

2

) and (c, c

2

) is m = (c

2

a

2

)/(c a) =

c + a. Therefore, the equation of this line

is y c

2

= (c + a)(x c). The y-intercept

occurs when x = 0, so y c

2

= c

2

ac,

and y = ac. We can generalize as fol-

lows: A line that intersects the parabola

y = x

2

at two points, one on either side of

the y-axis, will intersect the y-axis at the

point whose value is the negative of the

product of the x-coordinates of the inter-

section points.

3. {1, 5, 9; 3, 4, 8; 2, 6, 7} or {2, 4, 9; 1,

6, 8; 3, 5, 7}. The sum of the numbers in

each pile must be 15, so the 7, 8, and 9

must be in separate piles. The card with

the 6 cannot be in the pile with the 9. If

the 6 is with the 7, then that pile must

also contain the 2. The 5 cannot be with

the 8, since that pile would also need

the 2; thus, the 5 is with the 9 and the 1.

Placing the 6 with the 8 and then apply-

ing similar reasoning will result in a sec-

ond solution. These two possibilities can

be found by completing a standard 3 3

magic square in which rows, columns,

and diagonals each add to 15.

4. 2 lbs. Let b = the weight of the box,

and let a = the weight of the aluminum

block. Then a + b = 8, and 3a + b = 20.

Subtract the first equation from the sec-

ond to get 2a = 12 a = 6. Therefore,

b = 2.

Alternate solution: Let b = the weight

of the box. Then 3(8 b) = 20 b

b = 2.

5. 7/16. Sketch a graph of the overlap-

ping of the arrival times for the two peo-

ple. The graph indicates that if the first

person to arrive comes at 6:00 p.m., he

will wait until 6:15 for the second per-

son. The square represents the potential

times for the two people to arrive. The

probability that they meet is the area of

the shaded region divided by the area

of the square. If we convert units into

minutes, the area of the square is 60

2

=

3600. The area of the shaded portion

can be found by subtracting the areas of

the two unshaded right triangles from

the area of the square: 3600 2(0.5

45

45) = 3600 2025 = 1575. The probabil-

ity is 1575/3600 = 7/16.

6. Catenary. A catenary is a curve

formed by a free-hanging chain or cable

of uniform weight supported at the two

ends. The hyperbolic cosine function

can be used to produce a graph of a cat-

enary. (To see a square-wheeled tricycle

move along a catenary, go to https://

www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgbWu8z

Jubo. Visitors can ride on a square-

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wheeled tricycle at MoMath, the

National Museum of Mathematics, in

New York City. See also Douglas Wil-

cock, A Road for Every Wheel, Math-

ematical Lens, MT Nov. 2012, vol. 106,

no. 4, pp. 25459.)

7. 6. The average of the 5 scores is 10,

so the sum of the scores is 5

10 = 50.

Similarly, the sum of the 4 scores is 4

was 50 44 = 6.

8. The sum = 7; the product = 10. Let

a and b be integers. Then (a + b)

3

(a

3

+ b

3

) = (a

3

+ 3a

2

b + 3ab

2

+ b

3

)

(a

3

+ b

3

) = 3ab(a + b). It follows that

3ab(a + b) = 210 = 2

7. Divide

both sides of the equation by 3. Then

ab(a + b) = 2

on the right are prime, the three factors

on the left individually must equal 2, 5,

or 7. Therefore, a and b are 2 or 5 (in

either order), making the sum 2 + 5 = 7

and the product 2

5 = 10.

9. 15. Notice that, for any of the three

examples, a # b = c, a + b + c = 24.

Therefore, 6 # 3 = 24 (6 + 3) = 15.

10. Send student solutions to the Prob-

lem of the Month editors, Sen Madden

(smadden1@greeleyschools.org) or

Ricardo Diaz (Ricardo.Diaz@unco.edu).

11. 60. Groups of 2, 3, and 4 children

were to share the candy, so the number

of children present had to be divisible by

all three numbers. The smallest number

of children would be 12. Under this con-

dition, there would be 6 Pascal bars,

4 Fermat bars, and 3 Mandelbrot bars,

for a total of 13 bars shared. Since

65 candy bars were shared, the number

of children had to be 5 times as many:

5

12 = 60.

12. 8(4p 8) = 32p 64. Each petal of

the four-leafed shape can be cut in half

by a diagonal of the square. Construct

a radius from the midpoint of a side to

the center of the square. Then each half

petal is a segment of a circle of radius

4. The area of the segment is the area

of the quarter circle minus the area of

the isosceles right triangle: (1/4)(16p)

(1/2)(4)(4) = 4p 8. Since there are

8 such pieces that form the shaded

region, the total area of the shaded por-

tion is 8(4p 8).

Alternate solution: Two of the half

petals have an area equal to the area of

a semicircle minus one-fourth the area

of the square, or 8p 16. Thus, 4 such

pairs would be 4(8p 16) = 32p 64.

13. 2. Apply the law of cosines twice:

B

A

B

A

AB

AD

p p

x

px p x

p

cos

16 9 15

2 9 16

7

18

cos

15 16 9

2 15 16

5

6

.

cos

cos

,

4

2 4

3

8 6

2 2 2

2 2 2

1 7

18

1 5

6

3

( )

( )

=

+

=

=

+

=

=

+

= = =

and

B

A

B

A

AB

AD

p p

x

px p x

p

cos

16 9 15

2 9 16

7

18

cos

15 16 9

2 15 16

5

6

.

cos

cos

,

4

2 4

3

8 6

2 2 2

2 2 2

1 7

18

1 5

6

3

( )

( )

=

+

=

=

+

=

=

+

= = =

Therefore,

B

A

B

A

AB

AD

p p

x

px p x

p

cos

16 9 15

2 9 16

7

18

cos

15 16 9

2 15 16

5

6

.

cos

cos

,

4

2 4

3

8 6

2 2 2

2 2 2

1 7

18

1 5

6

3

( )

( )

=

+

=

=

+

=

=

+

= = =

(Note: The required ratio will always

equal 2 if the sides of the triangle are

formed using integers m and n where

0 < n < m < 2n and the sides are AB =

m

2

n

2

, AC = mn, and BC = n

2

.)

14. 6. Construct the diagram as

described and draw a line through F par-

allel to AB that intersects AD at G. Let

x = AE; p = AC = CD; and q = GC. Use

the fact that GFC ~ ABC and that

FDG ~ EDA to set up the following

proportions: FG/q = 12/p and (p + q)/FG

= 2p/x. Replace FG with 4 to get q = p/3

and substitute into the second equation:

B

A

B

A

AB

AD

p p

x

px p x

p

cos

16 9 15

2 9 16

7

18

cos

15 16 9

2 15 16

5

6

.

cos

cos

,

4

2 4

3

8 6

2 2 2

2 2 2

1 7

18

1 5

6

3

( )

( )

=

+

=

=

+

=

=

+

= = =

4

8

4

12

q p

x

G

F

E

D

C

B

A

15. Cycloid. The cycloid (brachisto-

chrone) is the curve of quickest descent.

Tracing a point on the circumference of

a circle as it rolls without slippage along

a straight line will form a cycloid.

16. 8. There are

5

C

3

= 10 possible ways to

choose 3 cards from 10. However,

1 + 6 + X = 2 + 5 + X. Therefore, the

only possible sums are 6, 8, 9 (2 ways),

10 (2 ways), 11, 12, 13, and 14.

17. 30/17p. Let the sides of the rectangle

be 3 and 5; its area is thus 15. The diago-

nal of the rectangle is 63

2

+ 5

2

= 334.

Since the radius of the circle is one-half

the diagonal, the area of the circle is

MATHEMATICS

IS ALL AROUND US.

I

Fibonacci

numbers.

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PC

AB

OA

PC

3 5

34.

34

2

17

2

.

15 30

17

.

2 2

2

17

2

=

=

that of the circle is then

PC

AB

OA

PC

3 5

34.

34

2

17

2

.

15 30

17

.

2 2

2

17

2

=

=

extend OA to intersect PC at D. Since

OAB is a right angle, ODP is also a

right angle, and ODP is a right trian-

gle. Apply the Pythagorean theorem

OD

2

+ DP

2

= OP

2

along with the knowl-

edge that OD = OA + AD = 5 + 7 = 12

and DP = AB. We then find that AB

2

=

20

2

12

2

= 256, so AB = 16.

C

D

O

P

A

B

19. x < 1.2 or x > 4.5. First, discover all the

critical values in the equation. The critical

values are the numbers that make each

absolute value expression 0. They are 2, 4,

and 12. Place these on the domain number

line, dividing it into 2 segments and 2 rays.

Set up and solve four inequalities based on

the restricted domain:

When x < 2: (x + 12) + (3x + 12) +

(6x + 12) > 24 10x + 36 > 24

x < 1.2

When 2 < x < 4: (x + 12) + (3x + 12) +

(6x 12) > 24 2x + 12 > 24

x > 6 (no solutions)

When 4 < x < 12: (x + 12) + (3x 12) +

(6x 12) > 24 8x 12 > 24

x > 4.5

When x > 12: (x 12) + (3x 12) +

(6x 12) > 24 10x 36 > 24 x > 6

Putting this together, we have solutions

when x < 1.2 or when x > 4.5.

20. 252. There are 900 three-digit

numbers. There are 9

9

8 = 648 three-

digit numbers whose three digits are all

different. Therefore, 900 648 = 252

three-digit numbers that have at least

two of the same digit.

21. Nonsquare rhombus and octagon.

The ten different types of cross sections

that are possible are the scalene triangle,

isosceles triangle, equilateral triangle,

square, nonsquare rectangle, nonisosce-

les trapezoid, isosceles trapezoid, paral-

lelogram, pentagon, and hexagon.

22. {. . . , 1, 5, 9, . . .} or numbers in

the form 1 + 4n, n integers. Since sin x

is bounded by 1 and 1, we have sin x

sin ax = 1 only if both factors are 1 or 1.

When x = p/2, we get sin x = 1. For that

choice of x, sin ax = 1 requires a = 1 + 4n.

Thus, when x = p/2 and a = 4n + 1, each

of the factors equals 1, so the product

is 1. Similarly, the two original factors

will be 1 when x = p/2 and again a =

1 + 4n. It follows that the product, sin x

sin ax is also 1. (Noninteger solutions for

a are possible. For example, choosing x =

5p/2 and requiring that sin ax = 1 results

in additional noninteger values of a of the

form a = (1 + 4n)/5.)

23. 20. Apply a reciprocal relationship

for logs, log

a

b = 1/log

b

a, to get:

+ =

=

b

x x x x

x x

11log 2

1

2

log 25 3log 8 log

log 2

25

8

log (20)

11

3

It follows that b = 20.

24. The 1/3 day is a Tuesday, and the

2/3 day is a Friday. Remove 5 days from

the 365 days in the year. The days to

remove are the first and last days, the day

in the middle, and the 1/3 and 2/3 days.

Doing so leaves 360 days to be divided

into 3 equal sections of 120 each. The mid-

dle section must be then divided into 2 sec-

tions of 60 days each, as shown. Since the

middle day is a Sunday and 61/7 leaves a

remainder of 5, the 1/3 day will be 5 days

before Sunday, which is a Tuesday; the

2/3 day will be 5 days after Sunday, which

is a Friday. (See solution 24 above.)

25. 3

2

13

17

methods for factoring the difference of

two squares and the sum of two cubes as

follows:

2

24

1

= (2

12

1)(2

12

+ 1)

= (2

6

1)

(2

6

+ 1)(2

4

+ 1)(2

8

2

4

+ 1)

= 63

65

17

241

= 3

2

13

17

241

26. x = 1 or x = 3. Applying the rules of

exponents and dividing both sides of the

equation by x, we obtain the following:

x

x

x x

x

x

x

x

1

0

3

4

3

4

=

=

= x 4, or 3 = x

2

4x x

2

4x + 3 = 0

(x 3)(x 1) = 0. The two solutions

are x = 1 or x = 3.

27. 2. Let the number be 5 a b c d e f g 5.

The sum of three consecutive numbers is

always 12, so a + b = 7, making c = 5. Sim-

ilarly, f + g = 7, so e = 5. Since c and e are

both 5, the middle number, d, must be 2.

28. 2520. Start with 10 and count

down to 1 to find new factors. We need

to include 10, whose factors are 2 and

5. We also need to include 9, which

has two factors of 3. We do not need 8

since we already have a factor of 2, but

we must include the factor 4. We must

include 7 but can omit 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1

because those are already factors of the

number we seek. Multiply to get 10

7 = 2520.

Solution 24

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