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log 2 2121 − 1 = 2121 – 1 2 −1 log(1 + F ) log 2121 = = 11 log 2 log 2 I1. AD and BE are straight lines with AB = AC and AB // ED.hkedcity. ∆) ∠BAC = 120° (∠s sum of ∆) ∠ADE = 120° (alt.Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr.3 Let F = 1 + 2 + 22 + 23 + … + 2S and T = F = 1 + 2 + 22 + 23 + … + 2120 = T= log(1 + F ) .1 Let a. ∠ABC = 30° = ∠ACB (base ∠ isos. b.net/ihouse/fh7878/ Page 2 .4 Let f (x) be a function such that f (n) = (n – 1) f (n – 1) and f (n) ≠ 0 hold for all integers n ≥ 6. (T − 1) f (T − 3) Reference: 1999 FI5. find the value of R. ∠s AB // ED) S = 120 I1. If ∠ABC = R° and ∠ADE = S°. find the value of S. If R = a2 + b2 + c2 + d2.2 In Figure 1. find the value of T.4 f (n) = (n – 1) f (n – 1) = (n – 1)(n – 2)f (n – 2) = …… U= f (11) 10 × 9 × 8 × f (8) = = 8×9 = 72 10 × f (8) (11 − 1) f (11 − 3) http://www. f (T ) If U = . c = 8 . b =− 7 . c and d be the distinct roots of the equation x4 – 15x2 + 56 = 0. d =− 8 R = a2 + b2 + c2 + d2 = 7 + 7 + 8 + 8 = 30 I1. find the value of U. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Individual Event 1 I1. x4 – 15x2 + 56 = 0 ⇒ (x2 – 7)(x2 – 8) = 0 a = 7 .

find the value of c. ∠s cyclic quad. x-intercept = 4. γ = 59 and ω = d. find the value of d. y-intercept = 3 4 1 3 3 Area = b = ⋅ 4 ⋅ = 2 4 2 I2. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Individual Event 2 ( I2. y-axis and the line 3x + ay = 12 is b square units.3 Given that x − 1 1 = 2b and x 3 − 3 = c . if the area of the triangle formed by the x-axis. α = c. find the value of b. 3x + 16y = 12. find the value of a.) c + d + 43 + 59 = 180 d = 180 – 43 – 59 – 36 = 42 (Q c = 36) A D B http://www.net/ihouse/fh7878/ C Page 3 .1 Let [x] be the largest integer not greater than x.4 In Figure 1.Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr. 1 <1 3+ 2 2009 ( < 1⇒ a = 3 − 2 ) 2009 + 16 = 0 + 16 = 16 I2.2 x− 1 1 1 = 3 ⇒ x 2 − 2 + 2 = 9 ⇒ x 2 + 2 = 11 x x x c = x3 − 1 1 1 = x − x 2 + 1 + 2 = 3 × (11 + 1) = 36 3 x x x I2. ∠BAC = ω° (∠s in the same seg. If a = 3 − 2 0< 3− 2 = 0< ( 3− 2 ) ) 2009 + 16 . β = 43.2 In the coordinate plane. x x Reference: 1990 FI2.hkedcity.) ∠ACD = β° (∠s in the same seg.) ∠BAD + ∠BCD = 180° (opp.

x2 + x4 = –(x1 + x3)) =1+1=2 (given (x1 + x3)(x1 + x4) = (x2 + x3)(x2 + x4) = –1) I3. m = 5 satisfies the equation k = 43 + 60t. k is an integer. = … (2) x y n 3 x 5n + 3 +1 = … (3) y 3 From (2): Sub. PQR is a right-angled triangle and RSTU is a rectangle.2 In figure 1. x1 + x3 = –(x2 + x4).Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr. Given that the same remainder 1 will be obtained when the number of students is divided by p + 1. (1) into (3): ( 5n + 3 n +1 = 3 3n + 3 = 5n + 3 3n + 3 ) 2 = 5n + 3 3n + 6 n + 3 = 5n + 3 Method 2 Let SR = x. b = 3. HCF = 1. A : C = n : 1 ⇒ A : B : C = 3n : 2n : 3 Let TS = UR = x. p + 3 = 5.net/ihouse/fh7878/ Page 4 . p + 1 = 3. 6+ 2 3+ 2 4 1 4 6− 2 1 3− 2 − = ⋅ − ⋅ 6+ 2 3+ 2 6+ 2 6− 2 3 + 2 3− 2 I3. If m = a – b. find the value of p. 7k ≥ 1000 ⇒ 7(43 + 60t) ≥ 1000 ⇒ t ≥ 2 ⇒ Least q = 7×(43 + 60×2) = 1141 http://www. find the value of m. If A : B = m : 2 and A : C = n : 1. QU = y ∆PTS ~ ∆TQU ~ ∆PQR (equiangular) S∆PTS : S∆TQU : S∆PQR = A : C : (A + B + C) = 3n : 3 : (5n + 3) x2 : y2 : (x + y)2 = 3n : 3 : (5n + 3) y 1 x+ y 5n + 3 = … (1).hkedcity.1 Given that ( ) 4 6− 2 3− 2 − 6−2 3−2 = 6 − 2 − 3− 2 = ( ) = 6− 3 a = 6. 60m + 1 = 7k 7k – 60m = 1 k = 43. Let A. m = 6 – 3 = 3 I3. x2.3 Let x1. where m is an integer. A 3 A 3 = ⇒B = 1 B 2 2 S ∆TPS 3 z 3 = ⇒ = … (4) S ∆TSR 1 x 1 Q ∆PTS ~ ∆TQU (equiangular) 2 A n z n = ⇒ = C 1 x 1 n = 32 = 9 (by (4)) ∴ 6 n = 2n ⇒ n = 9 I3. Let q be the least of the possible numbers of students in the school. If (x1 + x3)(x1 + x4) = (x2 + x3)(x2 + x4) = n – 10 and p = (x1 + x3) (x2 + x3) + (x1 + x4) (x2 + x4). PS = z Join TR which bisects the area of the rectangle. p + 2 = 4. 2014 HG7 x12 + x1 x3 + x1 x4 + x3 x4 = x22 + x2 x3 + x2 x4 + x3 x4 = −1 x12 − x22 + x1 x3 − x2 x3 + x1 x4 − x2 x4 = 0 (x1 – x2)(x1 + x2 + x3 + x4) = 0 ⇒ x1 + x2 + x3 + x4 = 0 … (1) p = (x1 + x3) (x2 + x3) + (x1 + x4) (x2 + x4) = –(x2 + x3)(x2 + x4) – (x1 + x3)(x1 + x4) (by (1). find q. Q q ≥ 1000 and q = 7k. A : B = 3 : 2. 2006HG6. Reference: 2002 HI7. x4 be real numbers and x1 ≠ x2.4 The total number of students in a school is a multiple of 7 and not less than 1000. LCM = 60 q = 60m + 1. p + 2 and p + 3. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Individual Event 3 4 1 − = a − b . B and C be the areas of the corresponding regions. find the value of n. x3.

Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr. where t = x – 3 For real values of t: ∆ = 4[32k2 – 8(1 + k2)] ≥ 0 k2 ≥ 8 The least possible value of k2 = q = 8.4 Let x and y be real numbers satisfying the equation x − p + y − p = 1 .5 H 3 C 2. ∆BAC is a right-angled triangle. where k is the slope of the line. HB = 1.5 1 0.hkedcity. find the value of q. ∠ABH = 90° (∠ in semi-circle) Let ∠HAB = θ. If m = x03 + 2 x02 + 2 . the extreme points when the variable line touches the circle at B and C. find the value of p.1 Given that x02 + x0 − 1 = 0 . AB = 8 = 2 2 (Pythagoras' theorem) 1 tan θ = 8 Slope of AB = tan (90° – θ) = 8 Least possible k2 = q = 8 http://www. H(3. Method 2 The circle (x – 3)2 + (y – 3)2 = 1 intersects with the variable line y = k(x – 3) which passes through a fixed point (3. 3) is the centre of the circle. Find the value of n. AB = AC = m cm. ∠ADB = 90° (∠ in semi-circle) 1 1 1 Shaded area = area of ∆ACD = area of ∆ABC = ⋅ ⋅ 3 ⋅ 3 cm2 2 2 2 9 n= 4 1 I4. In ∆ABH.3 Given that p = 4n 2009 2 log (1) . AH = 3. 0) 4 Page 5 . Suppose that the circle with diameter AB intersects the line BC at D. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Individual Event 4 I4. 0). and the total area of the shaded region is n cm2.2 In Figure 1. find the value of m. x−3 (x – 3)2 + (y – 3)2 = 1 … (1) Sub. AB = AC = 3 cm. 0 9 1 p = 4n 2009 = 4 ⋅ = 9 4 2 ( ) ( ) 2 2 I4.5 O 1 2 3 A(3.net/ihouse/fh7878/ 4 3. m = x03 + 2 x02 + 2 = x03 + x02 − x0 + x02 + x0 − 1 + 3 = 3 I4. y If k = and q is the least possible values of k2. y = k(x – 3) into (1): (x – 3)2 + [k(x – 3) – 3]2 = 1 (x – 3)2 + k2(x – 3)2 – 6k(x – 3) + 9 = 1 (1 + k2)(x – 3)2 – 6k(x – 3) + 8 = 0 ⇒ (1 + k2)t2 – 6kt + 8 = 0. From the graph.5 B 2 1.

net/ihouse/fh7878/ Page 6 .Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr. We count the number of factors of 3 in 14!. They are 3.2 If R is the remainder of 16 + 26 + 36 + 46 + 56 + 66 divided by 7. R = 6 Method 2 16 + 26 + 36 + 46 + 56 + 66 ≡ 16 + 26 + 36 +(–3)6 + (–2)6 + (–1)6 mod 7 ≡ 2(16 + 26 + 36) ≡ 2(1 + 64 + 729) mod 7 ≡ 2(1 + 1 + 1) mod 7 ≡ 6 mod 7 k GS. k=5 GS. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Sample Group Event (2008 Final Group Event 2) GS. Find the value of xyz. BD.4 Let x.1 In Figure 1.3 If 14! is divisible by 6 . x = 4 – 1 x ⇒ = 1 4y −1 = y y 1 x + y = 4 LL (1) 1 y + = 1LL (2) z 1 7 z + x = 3 LL (3) y …… (4) 4y −1 Sub.hkedcity. where k is an integer. So there are 5 factors of 3. If z = a + b + c + d + e + f + g. ∠ of ∆CFJ) c° + f° + e° + d° +∠JHD = 360° (∠s sum of polygon JHDE) H a° + b°+ g° + ∠BHG + c°+f°+e°+d° + ∠JHD = 720° J a° + b° + c° + d° + e° + f° + g° + 180° = 720° z = 540 GS. 12. y + = 1 and z + = . find the largest possible value of k. y = 1 1 =3 + z yz Sub. (2) into the eqt. then x + 2 5 Sub. 6. 56 + 26 = 7Q2 + 2×26. FC. y = 5 2 x+ =4⇒x= x =3 xyz Let a = xyz.: x + 3(4y – 1) = (1 – y)(25y – 7) 12y – 3 = –25y2 – 7 + 32y 25y2 – 20y + 4 = 0 (5y – 2)2 = 0 y= 1 x + =4 z yz 3 2 which reduces to 28a3 – 53a2 + 22a + 3 = 0 ⇒ (a – 1)2(28a + 3) = 0 ∴a = 1 Method 3 (1)×(2)×(3) – (1) – (2) – (3): 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 28 22 1 xyz + x + y + z + + + + − x + y + z + + + = − ⇒ xyz + =2 x y z xyz x y z 3 3 xyz xyz = 1 http://www. (4) into (3): z + y 7 = 4y −1 3 7 3 y …… (5) 4y −1 1 From (2): = 1 – y z 1 …… (6) z= 1− y 1 7 y (5) = (6): = − 1− y 3 4y −1 1 28 y − 7 − 3 y = 1− y 3(4 y − 1) z= − (1)×(2): xy + 1 + x y + x = 3 LL (4 ) a 7 1 4 7 y 4 (2)×(3): y + = ⇒ y + = LL (5) 3 a 3 3 a 3 z 25 1 25 (1)×(3): z (4 ) + = ⇒ z 4 + = LL (6) a 3 a 3 1 7 1 1 100 (4)×(5)×(6): a 1 + + 4 + = a 3 a a 3 (a + 1)(7a + 3)(4a + 1) = 100 3 3a 2 xyz 2 5 1 into (6): z = 2 = 5 1− 5 3 2 into (1): 5 2 5 3 = × × =1 5 3 2 Sub. GC and FE are straight lines. find the value of z. find the value of R. (Reference 2010 FG2. x6 + y6 = (x + y)(x5 – x4y + x3y2 – x2y3 + xy4 – y5) + 2y6 66 + 16 = 7Q1 + 2. 9.2) Method 1 Method 2 From (1). 46 + 36 = 7Q3 + 2×36 2 + 2×26 + 2×36 = 2(1 + 64 + 729) = 1588 = 7×226 + 6. a° + b° + g° + ∠BHG = 360° (∠s sum of polygon ABHG) c° + f° = ∠CJE (ext. y and z be real numbers that satisfy x + 1 y 1 z 1 x 7 3 = 4.

net/ihouse/fh7878/ Page 7 .1 1 Both x − and y 2 − 1 are non-negative numbers. If w = x + y. y = into x – y = 7: x − = 7 ⇒ x2 – 7x – 144 = 0 ⇒ (x + 9)(x – 16) = 0 x x x = –9 or 16. y = ±1. find the value of k. y = 9 w = 16 + 9 = 25 x− y 7 Method 2 The first equation is equivalent to = ⇒ xy = 12 ⇒ xy = 144 …… (1) xy 12 Q x – y = 7 and x + y = w w+7 w−7 ∴x= .1.4. D = 9 – 16 < 0 ⇒ no real roots. 2 Let p = |x| + |y|.2.3. find the value of q. we know that both x > 0 and y > 0 y x 12 ∴ w = x + y = 25 only G1. y = –16 (rejected Q x is undefined).) G1. when x = 16. where a and b are integers and a ≤ 2 ≤ b. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Group Event 1 G1.3 Given that x and y are non-zero real numbers satisfying the equations x − y y x = 7 and 12 x – y = 7.2 Given that the equation x − 4 3x = has k distinct real root(s).y= 2 2 w+7 w−7 Sub.hkedcity. 2006 FI4.Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr. p = + 1 = 2 2 2 http://www. When a = 1. If there are q non-congruent classes of triangles satisfying the above conditions. 2 The sum of two non-negative numbers = 0 means each of them is zero x= 1 1 3 . 2013 FI1. possible b = 2 or 3 ∴q=3 G1. 2 cm and b cm. x− y 7 = ⇒ xy = 12 ⇒ xy = 144 The first equation is equivalent to xy 12 144 144 Sub. x x When x > 0: x2 – 4 = 3x ⇒ x2 – 3x – 4 = 0 ⇒ (x + 1)(x – 4) = 0 ⇒ x = 4 When x < 0: –x2 – 4 = –3x ⇒ x2 – 3x + 4 = 0. 2011 FI4. find the value of w. Reference: 2005 FI4.1 Given some triangles with side lengths a cm.4 Given that x and y are real numbers and x − 1 + y 2 −1 = 0 . 2015 HG4. find the value of p. possible b = 2 When a = 2. 2015 FI1. when x = –9. these equations into (1): = 144 2 2 w2 – 49 = 576 ⇒ w =±25 y 7 x Q From the given equation − = . k = 1 (There is only one real root.

-2) 5 y = -2 B(6. where 180° ≤ θ ≤ 270°.5×4 = 30 http://www. L1: y – 2 = 0 L2: y + 2 = 0 L3: 4x + 7y – 10 = 0 L4: 4x + 7y + 20 = 0 D(-8. –2). find the value of A. 2) 2 4x + 7y . –2).1 Given tan θ = G2. Reference: 2007 FG2.5. find the value of C. If A = cos θ + sin θ. 2) y=2 C(-1. sin θ = − 13 13 17 12 5 A =− − =− 13 13 13 G2.5 < 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + L < 14 .Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr. If C = (1⊕2) ⊕ 3. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Group Event 2 5 .4 In the coordinate plane.3 Let a ⊕ b = ab + 10. find the value of B. 2). -2) It is easy to show that the bounded region is a parallelogram ABCD with vertices A(–1. find the value of D.net/ihouse/fh7878/ Page 8 . If B = 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + L . the area of the region bounded by the following lines is D square units. B(6. B = 13 G2.5.5)|×|2 – (–2)| = 7. C(–1.5. C(–8. 1⊕2 = 2 + 10 = 12.10 = 0 4x + 7y + 20 = 0 -5 O -2 A(-1.hkedcity.5. 12 12 5 cos θ = − .2 Let [x] be the largest integer not greater than x.2 … x ≥ 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 … Let y = 10 + 10 + 10 + L y2 = 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + L = 10 + y y2 – y – 10 = 0 1 + 41 1 − 41 y= or (rejected) 2 2 7 1 + 41 6 < 41 < 7 ⇒ < <4 2 2 13. 2). The area D = |6 – (–1. C = 12⊕3 = 36 + 10 = 46 G2.

Let a = 2009.2 There are R zeros at the end of 99 12 39 × 99 12 39 + 1 99 12 39 . Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 Group Event 3 G3.1 Let [x] be the largest integer not greater than x. If the area of the shaded region is T cm2. find the value of A. the sector OAB has radius 4 cm and ∠AOB is a right angle. Let the semi-circle with diameter OB be centred at I with IJ // OA. 2008 × 80 + 2009 × 130 + 2010 × 180 If A = . 2008 ×15 + 2009 × 25 + 2010 × 35 Reference: 2008 FGS. and IJ intersects the semi-circle at K. a square of side length Q cm is inscribed in a semi-circle of radius 2 cm. 2009 of 9 's 2009 of 9 's 2009 of 9 's K K K 99 K0 − 1 × 1 0{ K0 − 1 + 2 0{ K0 − 1 12 39 × 99 12 39 + 1 99 12 39 = 1 0{ 2009 of 0's 2009 of 0's 2009 of 9 's 2009 of 9 's 2009 of 9 's 2009 of 0 's 2009 – 1) (102009 – 1) + 2×102009 – 1 = (10 = 104018 – 2×102009 + 1 + 2×102009 – 1 = 104018 R = 4018 G3. c = 25 2008 × 80 + 2009 × 130 + 2010 × 180 (a − 1)(b − 50 ) + ab + (a + 1)(b + 50 ) = (a − 1)(c − 10) + ac + (a + 1)(c + 10) 2008 × 15 + 2009 × 25 + 2010 × 35 ab − b − 50a + 50 + ab + ab + b + 50a + 50 = ac − c − 10a + 10 + ac + ac + c + 10a + 10 3ab + 100 3 ⋅ 2009 ⋅130 + 100 783610 = = = = 5+ d 3ac + 20 3 ⋅ 2009 ⋅ 25 + 20 150695 where 0 < d < 1.hkedcity.Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Created by: Mr.4 Calculate the value of 20083 + 40153 2007 3 + 40153 . find the value of T.net/ihouse/fh7878/ Q 2 Page 9 .3 In Figure 1. b = 130. Find the value of Q. A = 5 K K K G3.4 In Figure 2. (Take π = 3) OI = 2 cm. OJ = 4 cm OI 1 cos ∠IOJ = = OJ 2 ∠IOJ = 60° SBIJ = Ssector OBJ – S∆OIJ 1 π 1 = ( ⋅ 4 2 ⋅ − ⋅ 2 ⋅ 4 sin 60o )cm2 2 3 2 8π = ( − 2 3 ) cm2 3 Shaded area = SBIJ – SBIK 1 8π = − 2 3 − π ⋅ 2 2 cm2 4 3 5π = − 2 3 cm2 3 T =5− 2 3 http://www. find the value of R. 2 Q Q2 + = 4 (Pythagoras’ Theorem) 2 2 5Q = 16 4 4 5 Q= = 5 5 G3.

hkedcity. AC. Reference: 1994 HI9 AB = 2 Shaded area = R cm2 = Scircle with diameter AC – 2 Ssegment AC 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 R = π − π ⋅ − ⋅ 1 = 2 2 2 2 2 G4.1 Let P be a real number. let AB. ) log(2 + 3 )⋅ ((22−− 33 )) ( log 2 − 3 1 log 2− 3 ( ) ) log 2 − 3 = –1 − log 2 − 3 ( ) Method 2 Q = log 2+ 3 = log 2+ 3 = log 2+ 3 (2 − 3 )⋅ ((22 ++ 33 )) 1 2+ 3 ( ) (2 + 3 ) = –1 −1 http://www.3 In Figure 2. Francis Hung Last updated: 7 January 2016 3 − 2 P + 1 − 2 P = 2 . AC and BC be the diameters of the corresponding three semi-circles. find the value of Q. find the value of P.net/ihouse/fh7878/ Page 10 . If AC = BC = 1 cm and the area of the shaded region is R cm2. If ∠A +∠B +∠C +∠D = 140° and a+b + c = S. ∠CFD = ∠A + ∠C (ext. If ( 3 − 2P ) = (2 − 2 1 − 2P ) Created by: Mr. ∠ of ∆) b° + ∠A + ∠D = 180° (∠s sum of ∆) a° + b° + c° = ∠A + ∠B + ∠D + 180° – (∠A + ∠D) + ∠D + ∠A + ∠C = ∠A + ∠B + ∠C + ∠D + 180° S = a + b + c = 140 +180 = 320 G4. 2 3 − 2P = 4 − 4 1 − 2P + 1 − 2P 4 1 − 2P = 2 4(1 – 2P) = 1 3 P= 8 G4.Answers: (2008-09 HKMO Final Events) Group Event 4 G4. ∠ of ∆) ∠AEB = ∠B + ∠D (ext.2 In Figure 1.4 Let Q = log 2+ Q= = = = ( ( 22 −1 log 2 − 3 log 2 + 3 ( ) ) log 2 − 3 (2 − ) 2 2 − 1 . BE and CF are straight lines. ∠ of ∆) a° = ∠A + ∠AEB = ∠A + ∠B + ∠D (ext. Find the value of R. AD. find the value of S. ∠ of ∆) c° = ∠D + ∠CFD = ∠D + ∠A + ∠C (ext. BD.

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