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Regulations (Final Event)

The competition consists of 8 events, which are divided into 4 individual events and 4 group

events.

Each participating should consist of students who have enrolled in the heat event. Any 4 of

them may take part in the individual event and any 4 of them may take part in the group

event.

Members of each team, accompanied by the teacher-in-charge, should wear proper

school uniform and present ID Card or student identification document when registering

at the venue reception not later than 9:00 a.m. Failing to do so, the team will be

disqualified.

Verbal instruction will be given in Cantonese. However, for competitors who do not

understand Cantonese, instructions written in both Chinese and English will be provided.

Question papers are printed in both English and Chinese.

Each individual event consists of 4 parts. Each part must be completed by one member of the

team. Help from other team members would result in disqualification for that particular event.

In an individual event, the four parts may be interrelated or not related (e.g. See FI2.3). When

solving Part 2, one may have to make use of the answer obtained in Part 1; when solving Part

3, one may have to make use of the answer obtained in Part 2 and so on.

In a group event, the four parts are to be done by the whole team and the parts may or may

not be interrelated. Discussions are allowed provided that voice level is kept to a minimum.

The use of calculating devices will not be allowed; otherwise the team will risk

disqualification or deduction of marks.

Electronic communication devices should be turned off (including the alarm function) and be

put inside the bags or under the chairs. Failing to do so, the team will risk mark penalty or

disqualification.

All answers should be numerical and reduced to the simplest form unless stated otherwise.

No proof or working is required.

The time limit for each event is 5 minutes.

The Marking System is as follows:

(a) Scores for accuracy:

Individual Events

Scores

Group Events

Scores

Part 1 correct

1

Any 1 part correct

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Part 2 correct

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Any 2 parts correct

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Part 3 correct

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Any 3 parts correct

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Part 4 correct

4

All 4 parts correct

10

Total

10

(b) Multiplying factors for speed:

Time taken for the teams to hand in their answer < 1 min.

4

1 min. Time taken for the teams to hand in their answer < 2 min. 3

2 min. Time taken for the teams to hand in their answer < 3 min. 2

Time taken for the teams to hand in their answer 3 min.

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(c) Bonus Score:

Teams, which hand in their answers of anyone individual/group event have all the

answers in that event correct, will be awarded a bonus score of 20 marks.

(d) Total score for each event:

(Score for accuracy) (Multiplying factor) + (Bonus score)

Any queries should reach the Judging Panel within 10 minutes after the end of the last

individual group event. The decision of the Judging Panel on the queries is final.

Trophies and prizes will be given to the three schools achieving the highest scores. The

champion school may keep the Champion shield until the next Hong Kong Mathematics

Olympiad.

The decision of the Judging Panel on the overall results is final.

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(2015/16)

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( FI2.3)

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/ 20

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2016 2 27

(HK1) (40 )

(KLN1) (56 )

(KLN2) (40 )

(NT1) (38 )

(NT2) (50 )

Regional winners of the Heat Event

Hong Kong Island Region

Position

School Name

Winner

Queens College

1st Runner-up

St Josephs College

2nd Runner-up

St Pauls Co-Educational College

4th Place

Kings College

Kowloon Region 1

Position

Winner

1st Runner-up

2nd Runner-up

4th Place

5th Place

School Name

La Salle College

Pui Ching College

PLK No.1 WH Cheung College

Diocesan Boys School

Good Hope School

Kowloon Region 2

Position

Winner

1st Runner-up

2nd Runner-up

4th Place

School Name

Ying Wa College

Queen Elizabeth School

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

Diocesan Girls School

Position

School Name

Winner

HKTA Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School

1st Runner-up

Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School

2nd Runner-up

Pui Kiu College

4th Place

Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School

New Territories Region 2

Position

School Name

Winner

STFA Leung Kau Kui College

1st Runner-up

PLK Centenary Li Shiu Chung Memorial College

2nd Runner-up

Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary College

4th Place

Yuen Long Merchants Association Secondary School

5th Place

STFA Lee Shau Kee College

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School ID

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Name of School

Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School

Bishop Hall Jubilee School

Buddhist Sin Tak College

Carmel Pak U Secondary School

Carmel Secondary School

CCC Heep Woh College

Cheung Chuk Shan College

The Chinese Foundation Secondary School

Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School

CNEC Christian College

Diocesan Boys School

G.T. (Ellen Yeung) College

Good Hope School

HKTA Tang Hin Memorial Secondary School

Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School

Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary

Hong Kong Chinese Womens Club College

Kings College

La Salle College

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Munsang College (Hong Kong Island)

NTHYK Yuen Long District Secondary School

PLK Centenary Li Shiu Chung Memorial College

PLK No. 1 WH Cheung College

PLK Tang Yuk Tien College

Pui Ching Middle School

Pui Kiu College

Queen Elizabeth School

Queens College

Sha Tin Government Secondary School

Sha Tin Methodist College

Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School

Sing Yin Secondary School

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School

SKH Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School

South Island School

St Josephs College

St Pauls Co-Educational College

St Pauls College

St Stephans College

STFA Lee Shau Kee College

STFA Leung Kau Kui College

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

Tuen Mun Catholic Secondary School

TWGH Kap Yan Directors College

Wah Yan College, Hong Kong

Wong Shiu Chi Secondary School

Ying Wa College

FE-50

Final Event 1 (Individual)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

1.

Solve the equation log5 a + log3 a = log5 a log3 a for real number a > 1.

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If

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b = 8 a 8 a b

a=

b=

x2 cx + b = 0 1

c

c=

2

If the equation x cx + b = 0 has two distinct real roots and their difference is 1,

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d=

d

Let d = xyz be a three-digit integer that is not divisible by 10. If the sum of

integers xyz and zyx is divisible by c, determine the greatest possible value of

such an integer d.

Score for

accuracy

Mult. factor

for speed

Bonus

score

Total score

Team No.

Time

Min.

Sec.

Final Event 2 (Individual)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

1.

2.

1 : 1

a=

2 : a a

Let the ratio of perimeter of an equilateral triangle to the perimeter of a regular

hexagon be 1 : 1. If the ratio of the area of the triangle to the area of the hexagon

is 2 : a, determine the value of a.

1

1

b = log 2 a 2 log 4 2 log a 2 log a2

a

2

1

1

Determine the value of b = log 2 a 2 log 4 2 log a 2 log a2 .

a

2

b=

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ABCD XYZW A

XYZW AB YZ 1 : 2 XYZW c =

c : 1 c

In the figure below, identical squares ABCD and XYZW overlap each other in

such a way that the vertex is at the centre of XYZW and the line segment AB cuts

line segment YZ into 1 : 2. If the ratio of the area of XYZW to the overlapped

region is c : 1, determine the value of c.

X

Y

B

A

4.

d=

d

If the least common multiples (L.C.M.) of 76 and d is 456 and the highest

common factor (H.C.F.) of 76 and d is c, determine the value of the positive

integer d.

Score for

accuracy

Mult. factor

for speed

Bonus

score

Total score

Team No.

Time

Min.

Sec.

Final Event 3 (Individual)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

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2.

3.

If f (x) = x4 + x3 + x2 + x + 1, determine the remainder a of f(x5) divided by f(x).

a=

n na n 30 b

Let n be an integer. Determine the remainder b of na n divided by 30.

b=

0 < x < 1

1 x

1 x

1

1

2

1

c =

x

b

x

b

1

x

1 x x 1

c=

1 x

1 x

1

1

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2

c =

1

2

x b

1 x x 1 x b

1 x 1 x

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d=

y

If real numbers x and y satisfy the equation 2 log10 (x + 2cy) = log10 x + log10 y,

x

determine the value of d = .

y

x y 2 log10 (x + 2cy) = log10 x + log10 y d =

Score for

accuracy

Mult. factor

for speed

Bonus

score

Total score

4

Team No.

Time

Min.

Sec.

Final Event 4 (Individual)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

1.

m 4 n 4 3 m 2 n 2 5

a

m n a = log 2 1

1

m n

mn

a=

m 4 n 4 3 m 2 n 2 5

, determine

If m and n are positive integers and a = log 2 1

1

m n

mn

the value of a.

2.

b=

b b

When the integers 1108 + a, 1453, 1844 + 2a and 2281 divided by some positive

integer n (> 1), they all get the same remainder b. Determine the value of b.

3.

If

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6

10

x c = x 2 2 x 1 x 2 6 x 9

b

b

c=

6

10

x , determine the value of c = x 2 2 x 1 x 2 6 x 9 .

b

b

Determine the remainder d of 1 + 3c + (3c)2 + (3c)3 + (3c)4 divided by

1 + 3 + 32 + 33 + 34.

d=

Score for

accuracy

Mult. factor

for speed

Bonus

score

Total score

Team No.

Time

Min.

Sec.

Final Event 1 (Group)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

1.

AB C A B

C B P =

AB C (P)

A project comprises of three tasks, A, B and C. Suppose task B must begin 3 days

later than task A begins, and task C must begin 4 days later than task B begins. If

the numbers of days to complete tasks A, B and C are 4, 6 and 5, respectively,

determine the least number of days (P) to complete the project.

2.

3 4 8

0 Q Q =

Q

There are 3 blinking lights, red, yellow and green, on a panel. Red, yellow and

green lights blink at every 3, 4 and 8 seconds, respectively. Suppose each light

blinks at the time t = 0. At time Q (in seconds), there is the third time at which

only red and yellow lights blink, determine the value of Q.

3.

f n 3 n

f n1

f n 2 n

n=

f1 = 60 n m n fm 63

f n 3 if n is even

Let f n1

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f n 2 if n is odd

If f1 = 60, determine the smallest possible value of n satisfying fm 63 for all m n.

4.

T = 32 1 32 1 32 1 32 1

0

10

22

1 32 1 .

10

T=

Final Event 2 (Group)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

1.

3469 10

2 A A A =

A box contains five distinctly marked balls with number markings being 3, 4, 6,

9 or 10. Two balls are randomly drawn without replacement from the box. If A

is the number of possible distinct sums of the selected numbers, determine the

value of A.

2.

fn 3

f1 = 9 f n 1

f n-1 1

n 3

n 3

B=

B k fk < 11 B

if n is a multiple of 3

f n1 3

Let f1 = 9 and f n

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if n is not a multiple of 3

f n-1 1

If B is the number of possible values of k such that fk < 11, determine the value of B.

3.

a1a2a3a4a5a6

a1 2a2 3a3 4a4 5a5 6a6 26

a

a

a

a

a

a

5

1

2

3

4

5

6

c c

c=

a1 2a2 3a3 4a4 5a5 6a6 26

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a1 a2 a3 a4 a5 a6 5

3d

d

d=

f

4.

ai

i 1

3d

and ai

,

f

i 1

4

2

i

determine the smallest possible value of d.

Final Event 3 (Group)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

1.

K K =

K

The figure below represents routes of a postman. Starting at the post office, the

postman walks through all the 12 points and finally returns to the post office. If

he takes 10 minutes from a point to another adjacent point by walk and K is the

number of hours required for the postman to finish the routes, find the smallest

possible value of K.

2.

n a1 = 0.8 an+1 = a n2 L

L=

a1 a2 aL < 0.3

If a1 = 0.8 and an+1 = a n2 for positive integers n, determine the least value of L

satisfying a1 a2 aL < 0.3.

3.

Solve

4.

5 x 3 5 x 1 x

a b y 5

ab y

y

ab by ay 3

a b y 5

If a, b and y are real numbers and satisfy

,

ab by ay 3

determine the greatest possible value of y.

x=

y=

Final Event 4 (Group)

Unless otherwise stated, all answers should be expressed in numerals in their simplest form.

a2 b2 144 d = a + b

1.

Let a2 and b2 are two integers that differ by 144, determine the largest possible d =

value of d = a + b.

2.

3.

n n2 10 u 7 u

If n is an integer, and the unit and tens digits of n2 are u and 7, respectively, u =

determine the value of u.

4

c =

6

4

35 6

15

35

3

2

15

3

2

3

2

3

2

4

Determine the value of real number c =

6

4.

x 1

4

35 6

15

3

2

3

2

35

15

3

2

3

2

c=

x=

1

1

1

x

1

1

1

1

1

x

Results

Ind

School code School Name

Isum Group

FE-01

11

21

25

36

18

FE-02

12

20

33

FE-03

30

32

39

14

FE-04

16

22

29

FE-05

11

14

25

26

FE-06

14

22

29

FE-07

17

38

FE-08

50

FE-09

30

42

40

53

95

FE-10

12

46

FE-11

10

14

14

28

38

15

FE-12

26

11

37

16

FE-13

13

14

18

31

21

FE-14

11

21

14

35

46

10

FE-15

12

21

31

FE-16

Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School

30

37

40

13

FE-17

30

39

14

18

57

FE-18

King's College

12

11

23

28

FE-19

La Salle College

23

40

40

80

103

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11

19

34

FE-21

13

45

FE-22

12

46

FE-23

30

30

60

67

FE-24

16

12

28

23

FE-25

14

17

38

FE-26

19

14

33

20

FE-27

14

22

27

25

Results

FE-28

14

18

35

FE-29

Queen's College

11

30

34

45

11

FE-30

18

35

FE-31

49

FE-32

17

38

FE-33

30

37

11

48

FE-34

15

43

FE-35

14

18

24

27

FE-36

16

18

35

FE-37

14

21

31

FE-38

St Joseph's College

19

30

34

53

FE-39

40

51

11

62

FE-40

St Paul's College

17

38

FE-41

St Stephan's College

10

48

FE-42

14

21

30

22

FE-43

30

34

37

16

FE-44

30

37

45

11

FE-45

11

14

44

FE-46

18

10

28

23

FE-47

10

20

15

35

19

FE-48

11

17

38

FE-49

Ying Wa College

12

16

37

14

30

44

81

FE-50

11

40

47

58

Champion

La Salle College

1st runner up

Ying Wa College

2nd runner up

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