2022 AIME I Problems/Problem 3

Problem

In isosceles trapezoid $ABCD$, parallel bases $\overline{AB}$ and $\overline{CD}$ have lengths $500$ and $650$, respectively, and $AD=BC=333$. The angle bisectors of $\angle{A}$ and $\angle{D}$ meet at $P$, and the angle bisectors of $\angle{B}$ and $\angle{C}$ meet at $Q$. Find $PQ$.

Diagram

[asy] /* Made by MRENTHUSIASM */ size(300); pair A, B, C, D, A1, B1, C1, D1, P, Q; A = (-250,6*sqrt(731)); B = (250,6*sqrt(731)); C = (325,-6*sqrt(731)); D = (-325,-6*sqrt(731)); A1 = bisectorpoint(B,A,D); B1 = bisectorpoint(A,B,C); C1 = bisectorpoint(B,C,D); D1 = bisectorpoint(A,D,C); P = intersectionpoint(A--300*(A1-A)+A,D--300*(D1-D)+D); Q = intersectionpoint(B--300*(B1-B)+B,C--300*(C1-C)+C); draw(anglemark(P,A,B,1000),red); draw(anglemark(D,A,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000),red); draw(anglemark(P,D,A,1000),red); draw(anglemark(C,D,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000),red); draw(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000),red); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,A,B,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(D,A,P,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,D,A,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(C,D,P,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); dot("$A$",A,1.5*dir(A),linewidth(4)); dot("$B$",B,1.5*dir(B),linewidth(4)); dot("$C$",C,1.5*dir(C),linewidth(4)); dot("$D$",D,1.5*dir(D),linewidth(4)); dot("$P$",P,1.5*NE,linewidth(4)); dot("$Q$",Q,1.5*NW,linewidth(4)); draw(A--B--C--D--cycle^^A--P--D^^B--Q--C^^P--Q); label("$500$",midpoint(A--B),1.25N); label("$650$",midpoint(C--D),1.25S); label("$333$",midpoint(A--D),1.25W); label("$333$",midpoint(B--C),1.25E); [/asy] ~MRENTHUSIASM ~ihatemath123

Solution 1

We have the following diagram: [asy] /* Made by MRENTHUSIASM , modified by Cytronical */ size(300); pair A, B, C, D, A1, B1, C1, D1, P, Q, X, Y, Z, W; A = (-250,6*sqrt(731)); B = (250,6*sqrt(731)); C = (325,-6*sqrt(731)); D = (-325,-6*sqrt(731)); A1 = bisectorpoint(B,A,D); B1 = bisectorpoint(A,B,C); C1 = bisectorpoint(B,C,D); D1 = bisectorpoint(A,D,C); P = intersectionpoint(A--300*(A1-A)+A,D--300*(D1-D)+D); Q = intersectionpoint(B--300*(B1-B)+B,C--300*(C1-C)+C); X = intersectionpoint(B--5*(Q-B)+B,C--D); Y = (0,6*sqrt(731)); Z = intersectionpoint(A--4*(P-A)+A,B--4*(Q-B)+B); W = intersectionpoint(A--5*(P-A)+A,C--D); draw(anglemark(P,A,B,1000),red); draw(anglemark(D,A,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000),red); draw(anglemark(P,D,A,1000),red); draw(anglemark(C,D,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000),red); draw(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000),red); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,A,B,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(D,A,P,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,D,A,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(C,D,P,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); dot("$A$",A,1.5*dir(A),linewidth(4)); dot("$B$",B,1.5*dir(B),linewidth(4)); dot("$C$",C,1.5*dir(C),linewidth(4)); dot("$D$",D,1.5*dir(D),linewidth(4)); dot("$P$",P,1.5*(-1,0),linewidth(4)); dot("$Q$",Q,1.5*E,linewidth(4)); dot("$X$",X,1.5*dir(-105),linewidth(4)); dot("$Y$",Y,1.5*N,linewidth(4)); dot("$Z$",Z,4.5*dir(75),linewidth(4)); dot("$W$",W,1.5*dir(-75),linewidth(4)); draw(A--B--C--D--cycle^^A--P--D^^B--Q--C^^P--Q); draw(P--W^^Q--X^^Y--Z,dashed); [/asy]

Let $X$ and $W$ be the points where $AP$ and $BQ$ extend to meet $CD$, and $YZ$ be the height of $\triangle AZB$. As proven in Solution 2, triangles $APD$ and $DPW$ are congruent right triangles. Therefore, $AD = DW = 333$. We can apply this logic to triangles $BCQ$ and $XCQ$ as well, giving us $BC = CX = 333$. Since $CD = 650$, $XW = DW + CX - CD = 16$.

Additionally, we can see that $\triangle XZW$ is similar to $\triangle PQZ$ and $\triangle AZB$. We know that $\frac{XW}{AB} = \frac{16}{500}$. So, we can say that the height of the triangle $AZB$ is $500u$ while the height of the triangle $XZW$ is $16u$. After that, we can figure out the distance from $Y$ to $PQ: \frac{500+16}{2} = 258u$ and the height of triangle $PZQ: 500-258 = 242u$.

Finally, since the ratio between the height of $PZQ$ to the height of $AZB$ is $242:500$ and $AB$ is $500$, $PQ = \boxed{242}.$

~Cytronical

Solution 2

Extend line $PQ$ to meet $AD$ at $P'$ and $BC$ at $Q'$. The diagram looks like this: [asy] /* Made by MRENTHUSIASM */ size(300); pair A, B, C, D, A1, B1, C1, D1, P, Q, P1, Q1; A = (-250,6*sqrt(731)); B = (250,6*sqrt(731)); C = (325,-6*sqrt(731)); D = (-325,-6*sqrt(731)); A1 = bisectorpoint(B,A,D); B1 = bisectorpoint(A,B,C); C1 = bisectorpoint(B,C,D); D1 = bisectorpoint(A,D,C); P = intersectionpoint(A--300*(A1-A)+A,D--300*(D1-D)+D); Q = intersectionpoint(B--300*(B1-B)+B,C--300*(C1-C)+C); P1 = intersectionpoint(A--D,P--(-300)*(Q-P)+P); Q1 = intersectionpoint(B--C,Q--300*(Q-P)+Q); draw(anglemark(P,A,B,1000),red); draw(anglemark(D,A,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000),red); draw(anglemark(P,D,A,1000),red); draw(anglemark(C,D,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000),red); draw(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000),red); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,A,B,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(D,A,P,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,D,A,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(C,D,P,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); dot("$A$",A,1.5*dir(A),linewidth(4)); dot("$B$",B,1.5*dir(B),linewidth(4)); dot("$C$",C,1.5*dir(C),linewidth(4)); dot("$D$",D,1.5*dir(D),linewidth(4)); dot("$P$",P,1.5*NE,linewidth(4)); dot("$Q$",Q,1.5*NW,linewidth(4)); dot("$P'$",P1,1.5*W,linewidth(4)); dot("$Q'$",Q1,1.5*E,linewidth(4)); draw(A--B--C--D--cycle^^A--P--D^^B--Q--C^^P--Q); draw(P--P1^^Q--Q1,dashed); [/asy] Because the trapezoid is isosceles, by symmetry $PQ$ is parallel to $AB$ and $BC$. Therefore, $\angle PAB \cong \angle APP'$ by interior angles and $\angle PAB \cong \angle PAD$ by the problem statement. Thus, $\triangle P'AP$ is isosceles with $P'P = P'A$. By symmetry, $P'DP$ is also isosceles, and thus $P'A = \frac{AD}{2}$. Similarly, the same thing is happening on the right side of the trapezoid, and thus $P'Q'$ is the midline of the trapezoid. Then, $PQ = P'Q' - (P'P + Q'Q)$.

Since $P'P = P'A = \frac{AD}{2}, Q'Q = Q'B = \frac{BC}{2}$ and $AD = BC = 333$, we have $P'P + Q'Q = \frac{333}{2} + \frac{333}{2} = 333$. The length of the midline of a trapezoid is the average of their bases, so $P'Q' = \frac{500+650}{2} = 575$. Finally, $PQ = 575 - 333 = \boxed{242}$.

~KingRavi

Solution 3

We have the following diagram: [asy] /* Made by MRENTHUSIASM */ size(300); pair A, B, C, D, A1, B1, C1, D1, P, Q, X, Y, Z, W; A = (-250,6*sqrt(731)); B = (250,6*sqrt(731)); C = (325,-6*sqrt(731)); D = (-325,-6*sqrt(731)); A1 = bisectorpoint(B,A,D); B1 = bisectorpoint(A,B,C); C1 = bisectorpoint(B,C,D); D1 = bisectorpoint(A,D,C); P = intersectionpoint(A--300*(A1-A)+A,D--300*(D1-D)+D); Q = intersectionpoint(B--300*(B1-B)+B,C--300*(C1-C)+C); X = intersectionpoint(B--5*(Q-B)+B,C--D); Y = intersectionpoint(C--5*(Q-C)+C,A--B); Z = intersectionpoint(D--5*(P-D)+D,A--B); W = intersectionpoint(A--5*(P-A)+A,C--D); draw(anglemark(P,A,B,1000),red); draw(anglemark(D,A,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000),red); draw(anglemark(P,D,A,1000),red); draw(anglemark(C,D,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000),red); draw(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000),red); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,A,B,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(D,A,P,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,D,A,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(C,D,P,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); dot("$A$",A,1.5*dir(A),linewidth(4)); dot("$B$",B,1.5*dir(B),linewidth(4)); dot("$C$",C,1.5*dir(C),linewidth(4)); dot("$D$",D,1.5*dir(D),linewidth(4)); dot("$P$",P,1.5*(-1,0),linewidth(4)); dot("$Q$",Q,1.5*E,linewidth(4)); dot("$X$",X,1.5*dir(-105),linewidth(4)); dot("$Y$",Y,1.5*N,linewidth(4)); dot("$Z$",Z,1.5*N,linewidth(4)); dot("$W$",W,1.5*dir(-75),linewidth(4)); draw(A--B--C--D--cycle^^A--P--D^^B--Q--C^^P--Q); draw(P--Z^^P--W^^Q--X^^Q--Y,dashed); [/asy] Extend lines $AP$ and $BQ$ to meet line $DC$ at points $W$ and $X$, respectively, and extend lines $DP$ and $CQ$ to meet $AB$ at points $Z$ and $Y$, respectively.

Claim: quadrilaterals $AZWD$ and $BYXD$ are rhombuses.

Proof: Since $\angle DAB + \angle ADC = 180^{\circ}$, $\angle ADP + \angle PAD = 90^{\circ}$. Therefore, triangles $APD$, $APZ$, $DPW$ and $PZW$ are all right triangles. By SAA congruence, the first three triangles are congruent; by SAS congruence, $\triangle PZW$ is congruent to the other three. Therefore, $AD = DW = WZ = AZ$, so $AZWD$ is a rhombus. By symmetry, $BYXC$ is also a rhombus.

Extend line $PQ$ to meet $\overline{AD}$ and $\overline{BC}$ at $R$ and $S$, respectively. Because of rhombus properties, $RP = QS = \frac{333}{2}$. Also, by rhombus properties, $R$ and $S$ are the midpoints of segments $AD$ and $BC$, respectively; therefore, by trapezoid properties, $RS = \frac{AB + CD}{2} = 575$. Finally, $PQ = RS - RP - QS = \boxed{242}$.

~ihatemath123

Solution 4

[asy] /* Made by MRENTHUSIASM */ size(300); pair A, B, C, D, A1, B1, C1, D1, P, Q, X, Y, Z, W; A = (-250,6*sqrt(731)); B = (250,6*sqrt(731)); C = (325,-6*sqrt(731)); D = (-325,-6*sqrt(731)); A1 = bisectorpoint(B,A,D); B1 = bisectorpoint(A,B,C); C1 = bisectorpoint(B,C,D); D1 = bisectorpoint(A,D,C); P = intersectionpoint(A--300*(A1-A)+A,D--300*(D1-D)+D); Q = intersectionpoint(B--300*(B1-B)+B,C--300*(C1-C)+C); draw(anglemark(P,A,B,1000),red); draw(anglemark(D,A,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000),red); draw(anglemark(P,D,A,1000),red); draw(anglemark(C,D,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000),red); draw(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000),red); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,A,B,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(D,A,P,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,D,A,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(C,D,P,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); dot("$A$",A,1.5*dir(A),linewidth(4)); dot("$B$",B,1.5*dir(B),linewidth(4)); dot("$C$",C,1.5*dir(C),linewidth(4)); dot("$D$",D,1.5*dir(D),linewidth(4)); dot("$P$",P,1.5*NE,linewidth(4)); dot("$Q$",Q,1.5*NW,linewidth(4)); draw(A--B--C--D--cycle^^A--P--D^^B--Q--C^^P--Q); X = (-121,6*sqrt(731)); Y = (121,6*sqrt(731)); Z = (-121,-6*sqrt(731)); W = (121,-6*sqrt(731)); draw(X--Z^^Y--W,dashed); draw(rightanglemark(A,X,Z,500),red); draw(rightanglemark(B,Y,W,500),red); draw(rightanglemark(C,W,Y,500),red); draw(rightanglemark(D,Z,X,500),red); dot("$X$",X,1.5*N,linewidth(4)); dot("$Y$",Y,1.5*N,linewidth(4)); dot("$Z$",Z,1.5*S,linewidth(4)); dot("$W$",W,1.5*S,linewidth(4)); [/asy]

Let $X$ and $Y$ be the feet of the altitudes from $P$ and $Q$, respectively, to $AB$, and let $Z$ and $W$ be the feet of the altitudes from $P$ and $Q$, respectively, to $CD$. Side $AB$ is parallel to side $CD$, so $XYWZ$ is a rectangle with width $PQ$. Furthermore, because $CD - AB = 650-500 = 150$ and trapezoid $ABCD$ is isosceles, $WC - YB = ZD - XA = 75$.

Also because $ABCD$ is isosceles, $\angle ABC + \angle BCD$ is half the total sum of angles in $ABCD$, or $180^{\circ}$. Since $BQ$ and $CQ$ bisect $\angle ABC$ and $\angle BCD$, respectively, we have $\angle QBC + \angle QCB = 90^{\circ}$, so $\angle BQC = 90^{\circ}$.

Letting $BQ = 333k$, applying Pythagoras to $\triangle BQC$ yields $QC = 333\sqrt{1-k^2}$. We then proceed using similar triangles: $\angle BYQ = \angle BQC = 90^{\circ}$ and $\angle YBQ = \angle QBC$, so by AA similarity $YB = 333k^2$. Likewise, $\angle CWQ = \angle BQC = 90^{\circ}$ and $\angle WCQ = \angle QCB$, so by AA similarity $WC = 333(1 - k^2)$. Thus $WC + YB = 333$.

Adding our two equations for $WC$ and $YB$ gives $2WC = 75 + 333 = 408$. Therefore, the answer is $PQ = ZW = CD - 2WC = 650 - 408 = \boxed{242}$.

~Orange_Quail_9

Solution 5

This will be my first solution on AoPS. My apologies in advance for any errors.

Angle bisectors can be thought of as the locus of all points equidistant from the lines whose angle they bisect. It can thus be seen that $P$ is equidistant from $AB, AD,$ and $CD$ and $Q$ is equidistant from $AB, BC,$ and $CD.$ If we let the feet of the altitudes from $P$ to $AB, AD,$ and $CD$ be called $E, F,$ and $G$ respectively, we can say that $PE = PF = PG.$ Analogously, we let the feet of the altitudes from $Q$ to $AB, BC,$ and $CD$ be $H, I,$ and $J$ respectively. Thus, $QH = QI = QJ.$ Because $ABCD$ is an isosceles trapezoid, we can say that all of the altitudes are equal to each other.

By SA as well as SS congruence for right triangles, we find that triangles $AEP, AFP, BHQ,$ and $BIQ$ are congruent. Similarly, $DFP, DGP, CJQ,$ and $CIQ$ by the same reasoning. Additionally, $EH = GJ = PQ$ since $EHQP$ and $GJQP$ are congruent rectangles.

If we then let $x = AE = AF = BH = BI,$ let $y = CI = CJ = DG = DF,$ and let $z = EH = GJ = PQ,$ we can create the following system of equations with the given side length information: \begin{align*} 2x + z &= 500, \\ 2y + z &= 650, \\ x + y &= 333. \end{align*} Adding the first two equations, subtracting by twice the second, and dividing by $2$ yields $z = PQ = \boxed{242}.$

~regular

Solution 6

Extend line $PQ$ to meet $AD$ at $P'$ and $BC$ at $Q'$. The diagram looks like this: [asy] /* Made by MRENTHUSIASM */ size(300); pair A, B, C, D, A1, B1, C1, D1, P, Q, P1, Q1; A = (-250,6*sqrt(731)); B = (250,6*sqrt(731)); C = (325,-6*sqrt(731)); D = (-325,-6*sqrt(731)); A1 = bisectorpoint(B,A,D); B1 = bisectorpoint(A,B,C); C1 = bisectorpoint(B,C,D); D1 = bisectorpoint(A,D,C); P = intersectionpoint(A--300*(A1-A)+A,D--300*(D1-D)+D); Q = intersectionpoint(B--300*(B1-B)+B,C--300*(C1-C)+C); P1 = intersectionpoint(A--D,P--(-300)*(Q-P)+P); Q1 = intersectionpoint(B--C,Q--300*(Q-P)+Q); draw(anglemark(P,A,B,1000),red); draw(anglemark(D,A,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000),red); draw(anglemark(P,D,A,1000),red); draw(anglemark(C,D,P,1000),red); draw(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000),red); draw(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000),red); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,A,B,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(D,A,P,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(A,B,Q,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,B,C,1000), n = 1, r = 0.15, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(P,D,A,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(C,D,P,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(Q,C,D,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); add(pathticks(anglemark(B,C,Q,1000), n = 2, r = 0.12, spacing = 150, s = 750, red)); dot("$A$",A,1.5*dir(A),linewidth(4)); dot("$B$",B,1.5*dir(B),linewidth(4)); dot("$C$",C,1.5*dir(C),linewidth(4)); dot("$D$",D,1.5*dir(D),linewidth(4)); dot("$P$",P,1.5*NE,linewidth(4)); dot("$Q$",Q,1.5*NW,linewidth(4)); dot("$P'$",P1,1.5*W,linewidth(4)); dot("$Q'$",Q1,1.5*E,linewidth(4)); draw(A--B--C--D--cycle^^A--P--D^^B--Q--C^^P--Q); draw(P--P1^^Q--Q1,dashed); [/asy] Since $\angle A + \angle D=\angle B + \angle C = 180$, it follows that $\angle P'AP+\angle P'DP = \angle Q'BQ + \angle Q'CQ = 90$. Thus, $\angle APD = \angle BQC = 90$, implying that $\triangle APD$ and $\triangle BQC$ are right triangles. Since $P'P$ and $Q'Q$ are medians, $P'P+Q'Q=\frac{333*2}{2}=333$. Since $P'Q'=\frac{500+650}{2}=575$, we have $PQ+P'P+Q'Q=575$, or $PQ=575-333=\boxed{242}$. ~sigma

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