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Octagon <math>ABCDEFGH</math> with side lengths <math>AB = CD = EF = GH = 10</math> and <math>BC = DE = FG = HA = 11</math> is formed by removing 6-8-10 triangles from the corners of a <math>23</math> <math>\times</math> <math>27</math> rectangle with side <math>\overline{AH}</math> on a short side of the rectangle, as shown. Let <math>J</math> be the midpoint of <math>\overline{AH}</math>, and partition the octagon into 7 triangles by drawing segments <math>\overline{JB}</math>, <math>\overline{JC}</math>, <math>\overline{JD}</math>, <math>\overline{JE}</math>, <math>\overline{JF}</math>, and <math>\overline{JG}</math>. Find the area of the convex polygon whose vertices are the centroids of these 7 triangles.
 
Octagon <math>ABCDEFGH</math> with side lengths <math>AB = CD = EF = GH = 10</math> and <math>BC = DE = FG = HA = 11</math> is formed by removing 6-8-10 triangles from the corners of a <math>23</math> <math>\times</math> <math>27</math> rectangle with side <math>\overline{AH}</math> on a short side of the rectangle, as shown. Let <math>J</math> be the midpoint of <math>\overline{AH}</math>, and partition the octagon into 7 triangles by drawing segments <math>\overline{JB}</math>, <math>\overline{JC}</math>, <math>\overline{JD}</math>, <math>\overline{JE}</math>, <math>\overline{JF}</math>, and <math>\overline{JG}</math>. Find the area of the convex polygon whose vertices are the centroids of these 7 triangles.
 
<asy>
 
unitsize(6);
 
pair P = (0, 0), Q = (0, 23), R = (27, 23), SS = (27, 0);
 
pair A = (0, 6), B = (8, 0), C = (19, 0), D = (27, 6), EE = (27, 17), F = (19, 23), G = (8, 23), J = (0, 23/2), H = (0, 17);
 
draw(P--Q--R--SS--cycle);
 
draw(J--B);
 
draw(J--C);
 
draw(J--D);
 
draw(J--EE);
 
draw(J--F);
 
draw(J--G);
 
draw(A--B);
 
draw(H--G);
 
real dark = 0.6;
 
filldraw(A--B--P--cycle, gray(dark));
 
filldraw(H--G--Q--cycle, gray(dark));
 
filldraw(F--EE--R--cycle, gray(dark));
 
filldraw(D--C--SS--cycle, gray(dark));
 
dot(A);
 
dot(B);
 
dot(C);
 
dot(D);
 
dot(EE);
 
dot(F);
 
dot(G);
 
dot(H);
 
dot(J);
 
dot(H);
 
defaultpen(fontsize(10pt));
 
real r = 1.3;
 
label("$A$", A, W*r);
 
label("$B$", B, S*r);
 
label("$C$", C, S*r);
 
label("$D$", D, E*r);
 
label("$E$", EE, E*r);
 
label("$F$", F, N*r);
 
label("$G$", G, N*r);
 
label("$H$", H, W*r);
 
label("$J$", J, W*r);
 
</asy>
 
  
 
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2018 AIME II (Answer Key)
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Instructions

  1. This is a 15-question, 3-hour examination. All answers are integers ranging from $000$ to $999$, inclusive. Your score will be the number of correct answers; i.e., there is neither partial credit nor a penalty for wrong answers.
  2. No aids other than scratch paper, graph paper, ruler, compass, and protractor are permitted. In particular, calculators and computers are not permitted.
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Problem 1

Points $A$, $B$, and $C$ lie in that order along a straight path where the distance from $A$ to $C$ is $1800$ meters. Ina runs twice as fast as Eve, and Paul runs twice as fast as Ina. The three runners start running at the same time with Ina starting at $A$ and running toward $C$, Paul starting at $B$ and running toward $C$, and Eve starting at $C$ and running toward $A$. When Paul meets Eve, he turns around and runs toward $A$. Paul and Ina both arrive at $B$ at the same time. Find the number of meters from $A$ to $B$.

Solution

Problem 2

Let $a_{0} = 2$, $a_{1} = 5$, and $a_{2} = 8$, and for $n > 2$ define $a_{n}$ recursively to be the remainder when $4(a_{n-1} + a_{n-2} + a_{n-3})$ is divided by $11$. Find $a_{2018} \cdot a_{2020} \cdot a_{2022}$.

Solution

Problem 3

Find the sum of all positive integers $b < 1000$ such that the base-$b$ integer $36_{b}$ is a perfect square and the base-$b$ integer $27_{b}$ is a perfect cube.

Solution

Problem 4

In equiangular octagon $CAROLINE$, $CA = RO = LI = NE =$ $\sqrt{2}$ and $AR = OL = IN = EC = 1$. The self-intersecting octagon $CORNELIA$ enclosed six non-overlapping triangular regions. Let $K$ be the area enclosed by $CORNELIA$, that is, the total area of the six triangular regions. Then $K = \frac{a}{b}$, where $a$ and $b$ are relatively prime positive integers. Find $a + b$.

Solution

Problem 5

Suppose that $x$, $y$, and $z$ are complex numbers such that $xy = -80 - 320i$, $yz = 60$, and $zx = -96 + 24i$, where $i$ $=$ $\sqrt{-1}$. Then there are real numbers $a$ and $b$ such that $x + y + z = a + bi$. Find $a^2 + b^2$.

Solution

Problem 6

A real number $a$ is chosen randomly and uniformly from the interval $[-20, 18]$. The probability that the roots of the polynomial

\[x^4 + 2ax^3 + (2a - 2)x^2 + (-4a + 3)x - 2\]

are all real can be written in the form $\dfrac{m}{n}$, where $m$ and $n$ are relatively prime positive integers. Find $m + n$.

Solution

Problem 7

Triangle $ABC$ has side lengths $AB = 9$, $BC =$ $5\sqrt{3}$, and $AC = 12$. Points $A = P_{0}, P_{1}, P_{2}, ... , P_{2450} = B$ are on segment $\overline{AB}$ with $P_{k}$ between $P_{k-1}$ and $P_{k+1}$ for $k = 1, 2, ..., 2449$, and points $A = Q_{0}, Q_{1}, Q_{2}, ... , Q_{2450} = C$ are on segment $\overline{AC}$ with $Q_{k}$ between $Q_{k-1}$ and $Q_{k+1}$ for $k = 1, 2, ..., 2449$. Furthermore, each segment $\overline{P_{k}Q_{k}}$, $k = 1, 2, ..., 2449$, is parallel to $\overline{BC}$. The segments cut the triangle into $2450$ regions, consisting of $2449$ trapezoids and $1$ triangle. Each of the $2450$ regions has the same area. Find the number of segments $\overline{P_{k}Q_{k}}$, $k = 1, 2, ..., 2450$, that have rational length.

Solution

Problem 8

A frog is positioned at the origin of the coordinate plane. From the point $(x, y)$, the frog can jump to any of the points $(x + 1, y)$, $(x + 2, y)$, $(x, y + 1)$, or $(x, y + 2)$. Find the number of distinct sequences of jumps in which the frog begins at $(0, 0)$ and ends at $(4, 4)$.

Solution

Problem 9

Octagon $ABCDEFGH$ with side lengths $AB = CD = EF = GH = 10$ and $BC = DE = FG = HA = 11$ is formed by removing 6-8-10 triangles from the corners of a $23$ $\times$ $27$ rectangle with side $\overline{AH}$ on a short side of the rectangle, as shown. Let $J$ be the midpoint of $\overline{AH}$, and partition the octagon into 7 triangles by drawing segments $\overline{JB}$, $\overline{JC}$, $\overline{JD}$, $\overline{JE}$, $\overline{JF}$, and $\overline{JG}$. Find the area of the convex polygon whose vertices are the centroids of these 7 triangles.

Solution

Problem 10

Find the number of functions $f(x)$ from $\{1, 2, 3, 4, 5\}$ to $\{1, 2, 3, 4, 5\}$ that satisfy $f(f(x)) = f(f(f(x)))$ for all $x$ in $\{1, 2, 3, 4, 5\}$.

Solution

Problem 11

Find the number of permutations of $1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6$ such that for each $k$ with $1$ $\leq$ $k$ $\leq$ $5$, at least one of the first $k$ terms of the permutation is greater than $k$.

Solution

Problem 12

Let $ABCD$ be a convex quadrilateral with $AB = CD = 10$, $BC = 14$, and $AD = 2\sqrt{65}$. Assume that the diagonals of $ABCD$ intersect at point $P$, and that the sum of the areas of triangles $APB$ and $CPD$ equals the sum of the areas of triangles $BPC$ and $APD$. Find the area of quadrilateral $ABCD$.

Solution

Problem 13

Misha rolls a standard, fair six-sided die until she rolls 1-2-3 in that order on three consecutive rolls. The probability that she will roll the die an odd number of times is $\dfrac{m}{n}$ where $m$ and $n$ are relatively prime positive integers. Find $m+n$.

Solution

Problem 14

The incircle $\omega$ of triangle $ABC$ is tangent to $\overline{BC}$ at $X$. Let $Y \neq X$ be the other intersection of $\overline{AX}$ with $\omega$. Points $P$ and $Q$ lie on $\overline{AB}$ and $\overline{AC}$, respectively, so that $\overline{PQ}$ is tangent to $\omega$ at $Y$. Assume that $AP = 3$, $PB = 4$, $AC = 8$, and $AQ = \dfrac{m}{n}$, where $m$ and $n$ are relatively prime positive integers. Find $m+n$.

Solution

Problem 15

Find the number of functions $f$ from $\{0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6\}$ to the integers such that $f(0) = 0$, $f(6) = 12$, and

\[|x - y|  \leq  |f(x) - f(y)|  \leq  3|x - y|\]

for all $x$ and $y$ in $\{0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6\}$.

Solution

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