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drawn through O(0, 0) so that the lines divide

the figure OPQRST into 3 pieces of equal area.

Find the sum of the slopes of the lines.

y

P(0, 6)

Q(6, 6)

R(6, 2)

O(0, 0)

S(12, 2)

x

T(12, 0)

such that if g(x) = f1(x) for all values of x,

then f(x) g(x) = 44 for all values of x.

(Note : f1 is the inverse function of f)

3. (a) Determine all pairs (a, b) of positive

integers for which a3 + 2ab = 2013.

(b) Determine all real values of x for which

log2(2x1 + 3x+1) = 2x log2(3x).

4. Integers can be written in bases other than

the usual base 10. For example, the notation

(235)7 stands for the base 7 representation of

the integer 2 72 + 3 7 + 5 (which equals

124 in base 10). In general, if x, y and z are

integers between 0 and b 1, inclusive, then

(xyz)b = xb2 + yb + z.

Find all triples (x, y, z) for which (xyz)10 = 2(xyz)7,

where each of x, y and z comes from the list

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

5. Vernon starts with a first number n with

0 < n < 1. Vernon enters the first number into

a machine to produce a second number. He

then enters the second number back into the

machine to produce a third number. Vernon

continually enters the result back into the

machine giving a chain of numbers.

machine,

1

zz if x , the machine outputs 2x, and

2

1

zz if x > , the machine outputs 2(1 x).

2

If the machine ever produces the number 1,

Vernon stops the process.

(a) A chain starts with 3 . This gives

11

3

6

10

2

.... . What are the

11 11 11 11

next four numbers in this chain?

(b) Vernon enters a number x with 0 < x < 1

into the machine and the machine produces

the number x. Determine the value of x.

(c) The fourth number in a chain is 1.

Determine all of the possible values of the

first number in this chain.

Solutions

U(6, 0).

y

P(0, 6)

Q(6, 6)

R(6, 2)

O(0, 0)

S(12, 2)

x

T(12, 0)

the areas of square OPQU (which has side length

6, so area 36) and rectangle RSTU (which has

height 2 and width 6, so area 12).

Thus, the area of figure OPQRST is 48. If we are

to divide the figure into three pieces of equal

area, then each piece has area 16.

Let V be the first point on the perimeter

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through O and V cuts off an area of 16.

Note that the area of DOPQ is half of the area

of square OPQU, or 18, so V is to the left of

Q on PQ.

Thus, V has coordinates (v, 6) for some number v.

y

V

P(0, 6)

Q(6, 6)

R(6, 2)

O(0, 0)

S(12, 2)

x

T(12, 0)

and height PV of length v.

Since the area of DOPV is 16, then

1

16

(6)(v) = 16 or 3v = 16 or v = .

2

3

2 1

the slope of OW is = .

8 4

Thus, the sum of the two required slopes is

9 1 11

+ = .

8 4 8

2. Since f(x) = ax + b, we can determine an

expression for g(x) = f1(x) by letting y = f(x)

and to obtain y = ax + b. We then interchange x

and y to obtain x = ay + b which we solve for y

x b

to obtain ay = x b or y = .

a a

x

b

Therefore, f1 (x) = .

a a

LED

I

A

ET ER

D

E

EF OF

6 9 OR

R

Therefore, the slope of OV is

=M

.

N

16 8

FOR3 LUTIO ISSUE DAY

Let W be the second desired point.

ER S TO

SO

B

M

C

1

E

(OT)(T S) AT I

Since the area of DOTS is OV

N2

M

E

1

1

H

theT

total area)

= (12) (2) = 12 (less than ofA

2

3

M

1

and the area of trapezoid ORST is (RS + OT)

2

1

1

of

(ST) = (6 + 12) (2) = 18 (more than

2

3

the total area), then W lies on RS.

y

P(0, 6)

Q(6, 6)

R

O(0, 0)

S(12, 2)

x

T(12, 0)

some number w.

We want the area of trapezoid WSTO to be

16.

1

Therefore, (WS + OT) (ST) = 16

2

1

(12 w + 12) (2) = 16

2

24 w = 16 w = 8

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the function f(x) = b has a graph which is a

horizontal line, and so cannot be invertible.)

Therefore, the equation f(x) g(x) = 44

x b

becomes (ax + b) = 44 or

a a

1

b

a a x + b + a = 44

equation is true for all x.

Since the equation

1

b

a a x + b + a = 0x + 44

is true for all x, then the coefficients of the

linear expression on the left side must match

the coefficients of the linear expression on the

right side.

1

b

Therefore, a = 0 and b + = 44.

a

a

From the first of these equations, we obtain

1

or a2 = 1, which gives a = 1 or a = 1.

a

b

If a = 1, the equation b + = 44 becomes

a

b + b = 44, which gives b = 22.

a=

b

= 44 becomes

a

b b = 44, which is not possible.

Therefore, we must have a = 1 and b = 22, and

so f(x) = x + 22.

If a = 1, the equation b +

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equation to obtain a(a2 + 2b) = 2013.

Next, we factor the integer 2013 as

2013 = 3 671 = 3 11 61. Note

that each of 3, 11 and 61 is prime, so we

can factor 2013 no further (We can find

the factors of 3 and 11 using tests for

divisibility by 3 and 11, or by systematic

trial and error.)

Since 2013 = 3 11 61, then the positive

divisors of 2013 are

1, 3, 11, 33, 61, 183, 671, 2013

Since a and b are positive integers, then a

and a2 + 2b are both positive integers.

Since a and b are positive integers, then

a2 a and 2b > 0, so a2 + 2b > a.

Since a(a 2 + 2b) = 2013, then a and

a2 + 2b must be a divisor pair of 2013

(that is, a pair of positive integers whose

product is 2013) with a < a2 + 2b.

We make a table of the possibilities:

a

a2 + 2b

2b

b

1

2013

2012

1006

3

671

662

331

11

183

62

31

33

61

1028

N/A

b must be positive.

Therefore, the three pairs of positive integers

that satisfy the equation are (1, 1006),

(3, 331), (11, 31).

(We can verify by substitution that each

is a solution of the original equation.)

equation to produce equivalent equations :

log2(2x1 + 3x+1) = 2x log2(3x)

log2(2x1 + 3x+1) + log2(3x) = 2x

log2((2x1 + 3x+1)3x) = 2x

(using log2 A + log2 B = log2 AB)

(2x1 + 3x+1)3x = 22x

(exponentiating both sides)

212x3x + 313x3x = 22x

1 x x

2 3 + 3 32x = 22x

2

2x3x + 6 32x = 2 22x (multiplying by 2)

2x3x22x + 6 32x22x = 2

(dividing both sides by 22x 0)

2x3x + 6 32x 22x = 2

x

3

3

2 + 6 2

2x

=2

x

3

Next, we make the substitution t = ,

2

2

2x

x

3

3

noting that = = t 2. Thus,

2

2

we obtain the equivalent equations

t + 6t2 = 2

6t2 + t 2 = 0

(3t + 2) (2t 1) = 0

1

2

Therefore, t = or t = .

2

3

x

3

Since t = > 0, then we must have

x 2

1

3

t= = .

2

2

Thus,

=

log(3 / 2) log 3 log 2

log 2

log 2

=

=

log 3 log 2 log 2 log 3

x = log 3/2(1 / 2) =

(xyz)10 = 102x + 10y + z = 100x + 10y + z and

(xyz)7 = 72x+ 7y + z = 49x + 7y + z.

From the given information

(xyz)10 = 2(xyz)7

100x + 10y + z = 2(49x + 7y + z)

100x + 10y + z = 98x + 14y + 2z

2x = 4y + z

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integer (2x), then the right side must also be

an even integer.

Since 4y is an even integer, then for 4y + z to

be an even integer, it must be the case that z

is an even integer.

This gives us three possibilities: z = 2, z = 4

and z = 6.

Case 1 : z = 2

Here, 2x = 4y + 2 or x = 2y + 1.

We try the possible values for y :

zz y = 1 gives x = 2(1) + 1 = 3; this gives the

triple (x, y, z) = (3, 1, 2)

zz y = 2 gives x = 2(2) + 1 = 5; this gives the

triple (x, y, z) = (5, 2, 2)

zz If y is at least 3, then x = 2y + 1 is at least 7,

which is impossible.

Therefore, there are two triples that work when

z = 2.

Case 2: z = 4

Here, 2x = 4y + 4 or x = 2y + 2.

We try the possible values for y :

zz y = 1 gives x = 2(1) + 2 = 4; this gives the

triple (x, y, z) = (4, 1, 4)

zz y = 2 gives x = 2(2) + 2 = 6; this gives the

triple (x, y, z) = (6, 2, 4)

zz If y is at least 3, then x = 2y + 2 is at least 8,

which is impossible.

Therefore, there are two triples that work when

z = 4.

Case 3: z = 6

Here, 2x = 4y + 6 or x = 2y + 3.

We try the possible values for y :

zz y = 1 gives x = 2(1) + 3 = 5; this gives the

triple (x, y, z) = (5, 1, 6)

zz If y is at least 2, then x = 2y + 3 is at least 7,

which is impossible.

Therefore, there is one triple that works when

z = 6.

Finally, the triples that satisfy the equation

are (x, y, z) = (3, 1, 2), (5, 2, 2), (4, 1, 4),

(6, 2, 4), (5, 1, 6).

5. (a) Since the fourth number in the chain is

2

1

2

and

is less than , then the fifth

11

2

11

76

2 4

number is 2 = .

11 11

4

Since the fifth number in the chain is

11

4

1

is less than , then the sixth

and

11

2

4 8

number is 2 = .

11 11

8

Since the sixth number in the chain is

11

8

1

is larger than , then the seventh

and

11

2

8

3 6

number is 2 1 = 2 = .

11

11 11

6

Since the seventh number in the chain is

11

1

6

is larger than , then the eighth

and

2

11

6

5 10

number is 2 1 = 2 = .

11

11

11

4 8 6 10

chain are

, ,

, .

11 11 11 11

1

1

x

and x > .

2

2

1

If x and x is entered into the machine,

2

then the machine outputs 2x.

Since the input is to be the same as the

output, then x = 2x or x = 0.

This is impossible since x > 0.

1

If x > and x is entered into the machine,

2

then the machine outputs 2(1 x).

Since the input is to be the same as the

output, then x = 2(1 x) or x = 2 2x.

2

Thus, 3x = 2 and so x = , which satisfies

3

the restrictions.

Therefore, if x is entered into the machine

2

and x is produced, then x = .

3

(c) Suppose that the chain is a, b, c, 1.

In this part, we have to produce the chain

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c, b and a).

We make the following general observation:

Suppose that x is entered into the machine

and y is produced.

1

If x , then y = 2x. Solving for x in

2

1

terms of y, we obtain x = y. (This gives

2

us the input in terms of the output)

1

If x > , then y = 2(1 x). Solving for

2

x in terms of y, we obtain y = 2 2x or

1

2x = 2 y or x = (2 y).

2

Since the third number in the chain is

c and the fourth is 1, then from above,

1

1

1

1

c = (1) = or c = 2 (2 1) = 2 .

2

2

1

In either case, the chain is a, b, , 1.

2

Since the second number in the chain is

1

b and the third is , then from above,

2

1 1 1

1

1 1 3 3

b = = or b = 2 = = .

2 2

4

2

2

2 2

4

78

1 1

, ,1

4 2

1 1

3 1

, , 1. If the chain is a, , , 1,

4 2

4 2

then the first number is a and the second

1

number is .

4

1 1 1

Thus, either a = = or

2 4

8

1

1 1 7 7

a = 2 = = .

2

4

2 4

8

or a,

3 1

, , 1, then the first

4 2

number is a and the second number is

3

.

4

1 3 3

Thus, either a = = or

2 4

8

1

3 1 5 5

a = 2 = = .

2

4

2 4

8

If the chain is a,

1 3 5 7

the chain are , , , .

8 8 8 8

We can double check that each of these

gives a fourth number of 1:

1 1 1

3 3 1

1

1

8

4 2

8

4 2

5 3 1

7

1 1

1

1

8

4 2

8

4 2

nn

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