2006 iTest Problems

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Multiple Choice Section

Problem 1

Find the number of positive integral divisors of 2006.

$\mathrm{(A)}\, 8$

Problem 2

Find the harmonic mean of 10 and 20.

$\mathrm{(A)}\, 15\quad\mathrm{(B)}\, \frac{40}{3}$

Problem 3

Let $I, T, E, S$ be distinct positive integers such that the product $ITEST  =  2006$. What is the largest possible value of the sum $I  +  T  +  E  +  S  +  T  +  2006$?

$\mathrm{(A)}\, 2086\quad\mathrm{(B)}\, 4012\quad\mathrm{(C)}\, 2144$

Problem 4

Four couples go ballroom dancing one evening. Their first names are Henry, Peter, Louis, Roger, Elizabeth, Jeanne, Mary, and Anne. If Henry's wife is not dancing with her husband (but with Elizabeth's husband), Roger and Anne are not dancing, Peter is playing the trumpet, and Mary is playing the piano, and Anne's husband is not Peter, who is Roger's wife?

$\mathrm{(A)}\, \text{Elizabeth} \quad\mathrm{(B)}\,\text{Jeanne}\quad\mathrm{(C)}\,\text{Mary}\quad\mathrm{(D)}\,\text{Anne}$

Problem 5

A line has y-intercept $(0,3)$ and forms a right angle to the line $2x  +  y  =  3$. Find the x-intercept of the line.

$\mathrm{(A)}\,(4,0)\quad\mathrm{(B)}\,(6,0)\quad\mathrm{(C)}\,(-4,0)\quad\mathrm{(D)}\,(-6,0)\quad\mathrm{(E)}\,\text{none of the above}$

Problem 6

What is the remainder when $2^{2006}$ is divided by 7?


Problem 7

The sum of $17$ consecutive integers is $2006$. Find the second largest integer.


Problem 8

The point $P$ is a point on a circle with center $O$. Perpendicular lines are drawn from $P$ to perpendicular diameters, $AB$ and $CD$, meeting them at points $Y$ and $Z$, respectively. If the diameter of the circle is $16$, what is the length of $YZ$?

$\mathrm{(A)}\,4\quad\mathrm{(B)}\,8\quad\mathrm{(C)}\,6\sqrt{3}\quad\mathrm{(D)}\,4\sqrt{3}\quad\mathrm{(E)}\,4\sqrt{2}\quad\mathrm{(F)}\,12\quad\mathrm{(G)}\,6\quad\mathrm{(H)}\,\text{none of the above}$

Problem 9

If $\sin(x)  =  -\frac{5}{13}$ and $x$ is in the third quadrant, what is the absolute value of $\cos(\frac{x}{2})$?

$\mathrm{(A)}\,\frac{\sqrt{3}}{3}\quad\mathrm{(B)}\,\frac{2\sqrt{3}}{3}\quad\mathrm{(C)}\,\frac{6}{13}\quad\mathrm{(D)}\,\frac{5}{13}\quad\mathrm{(E)}\,-\frac{5}{13} \\ \quad\mathrm{(F)}\,\frac{\sqrt{26}}{26}\quad\mathrm{(G)}\,-\frac{\sqrt{26}}{26}\quad\mathrm{(H)}\,\frac{\sqrt{2}}{2}\quad\mathrm{(I)}\,\text{none of the above}$

Problem 10

Find the number of elements in the first $64$ rows of Pascal's Triangle that are divisible by $4$.

$\mathrm{(A)}\,256\quad\mathrm{(B)}\,496\quad\mathrm{(C)}\,512\quad\mathrm{(D)}\,640\quad\mathrm{(E)}\,796 \\ \quad\mathrm{(F)}\,946\quad\mathrm{(G)}\,1024\quad\mathrm{(H)}\,1134\quad\mathrm{(I)}\,1256\quad\mathrm{(J)}\,\text{none of the above}$

Problem 11

Find the radius of the inscribed circle of a triangle with sides of length $13$, $30$, and $37$.

$\text{(A) }\frac{9}{2}\qquad \text{(B) }\frac{7}{2}\qquad \text{(C) }4\qquad \text{(D) }-\sqrt{2}\qquad \text{(E) }4\sqrt{5}\qquad \text{(F) }6\qquad \\ \text{(G) }\frac{11}{2}\qquad \text{(H) }\frac{13}{2}\qquad \text{(I) }\text{none of the above}\qquad \text{(J) }1\qquad \text{(K) }\text{no triangle exists}\qquad$

Problem 12

What is the highest possible probability of getting $12$ of these $20$ multiple choice questions correct, given that you don't know how to work any of them and are forced to blindly guess on each one?

$\text{(A) }\frac{1}{6!}\qquad \text{(B) }\frac{1}{7!}\qquad \text{(C) }\frac{1}{8!}\qquad \text{(D) }\frac{1}{9!}\qquad \text{(E) }\frac{1}{10!}\qquad \text{(F) }\frac{1}{11!}\qquad\\ \\ \text{(G) }\frac{1}{12!}\qquad \text{(H) }\frac{2}{8!}\qquad \text{(I) }\frac{2}{10!}\qquad \text{(J) }\frac{2}{12!}\qquad \text{(K) }\frac{1}{20!}\qquad \text{(L) }\text{none of the above}\qquad$

Problem 13

Suppose that $x,  y,  z$ are three distinct prime numbers such that $x  +  y  +  z  =  49$. Find the maximum possible value for the product $xyz$.

$\text{(A) } 615 \quad \text{(B) } 1295 \quad \text{(C) } 2387 \quad \text{(D) } 1772 \quad \text{(E) } 715 \quad \text{(F) } 442 \quad \text{(G) } 1479 \quad \\ \text{(H) } 2639 \quad \text{(I) } 3059 \quad \text{(J) } 3821 \quad \text{(K) } 3145 \quad \text{(L) } 1715 \quad \text{(M) } \text{none of the above} \quad$

Problem 14

Find $x$, where $x$ is the smallest positive integer such that $2^x$ leaves a remainder of $1$ when divided by $5$, $7$, and $31$.

$\text{(A) } 15 \quad \text{(B) } 20 \quad \text{(C) } 25 \quad \text{(D) } 30 \quad \text{(E) } 28 \quad \text{(F) } 32 \quad \text{(G) } 64 \quad \\ \text{(H) } 128 \quad \text{(I) } 45 \quad \text{(J) } 50 \quad \text{(K) } 60 \quad \text{(L) } 70 \quad \text{(M) } 80 \quad \text{(N) } \text{none of the above}\quad$

Problem 15

How many integers between $1$ and $2006$, inclusive, are perfect squares?

$\text{(A) }37\qquad \text{(B) }38\qquad \text{(C) }39\qquad \text{(D) }40\qquad \text{(E) }41\qquad \text{(F) }42\qquad \text{(G) }43\qquad \text{(H) }44\qquad$

$\text{(I) }45\qquad \text{(J) }46\qquad \text{(K) }47\qquad \text{(L) }48\qquad \text{(M) }49\qquad \text{(N) }50\qquad \text{(O) }\text{none of the above}\qquad$

Problems 16 to 43 are coming soon!

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