1993 UNCO Math Contest II Problems
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO MATHEMATICS CONTEST FINAL ROUND February 13,1993.
For Colorado Students Grades 7-12.
How many times must one shoot at this target, and which rings must one hit in order to score exactly points.
Determine the digit in the place after the decimal point in the repeating decimal for:
A student thinks of four numbers. She adds them in pairs to get the six sums What are the four numbers? There are two different solutions.
The table gives some of the straight line distances between certain pairs of cities. for example the distance between city and city is Use the given data to determine the distance between city and city . (Hint: a problem in the first round was similar in spirit to this one.)
A collection of consecutive positive integers adds to What are the smallest and largest integers in this collection?
(a) Find integers and so that
(b) Conjecture a general rule that is being illustrated here.
(c) Prove your conjecture.
Choose four numbers by circling exactly one number in each horizontal row, and one number in each vertical column. Compute the product of these four numbers. Explain clearly why the same product results no matter which selection of this type of four numbers you make.
For what integer value of is the expression equal to ? (Hint: )
Let be a point inside the rectangle . If , and , find the length of . (Hint: draw helpful vertical and horizontal lines.)
The scalene triangle has side lengths is perpendicular to
(a) Determine the length of
(b) Determine the area of triangle