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<math>15</math>. An AIME has <math>\displaystyle 15</math> questions, <math>\displaystyle 5</math> of each of three difficulties: easy, medium, and hard. Let <math>\displaystyle e(X)</math> denote the number of easy questions up to question <math>\displaystyle X</math> (including question <math>\displaystyle X</math>). Similarly define <math>\displaystyle m(X)</math> and <math>\displaystyle h(X)</math>. Let <math>\displaystyle N</math> be the number of ways to arrange the questions in the AIME such that, for any <math>\displaystyle X</math>, <math>\displaystyle e(X) \ge m(X) \ge h(X)</math> and if a easy and hard problem are consecutive, the easy always comes first. Find the remainder when <math>\displaystyle N</math> is divided by <math>\displaystyle 1000</math>.
 
<math>15</math>. An AIME has <math>\displaystyle 15</math> questions, <math>\displaystyle 5</math> of each of three difficulties: easy, medium, and hard. Let <math>\displaystyle e(X)</math> denote the number of easy questions up to question <math>\displaystyle X</math> (including question <math>\displaystyle X</math>). Similarly define <math>\displaystyle m(X)</math> and <math>\displaystyle h(X)</math>. Let <math>\displaystyle N</math> be the number of ways to arrange the questions in the AIME such that, for any <math>\displaystyle X</math>, <math>\displaystyle e(X) \ge m(X) \ge h(X)</math> and if a easy and hard problem are consecutive, the easy always comes first. Find the remainder when <math>\displaystyle N</math> is divided by <math>\displaystyle 1000</math>.
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== See also ==
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* [[American Invitational Mathematics Examination]]
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* [[Mock AIME]]
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* [[Mock AIME 6 Pre 2005]]
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* [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=28898 Problems]
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* [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=28368 Solutions]

Latest revision as of 04:15, 31 December 2006

$1$. Find the remainder when $\displaystyle 11^{2005}$ is divided by $\displaystyle 1000$.


$2$. Suppose $\displaystyle \log_x{y}=3$, $\displaystyle \log_y{z}=11$, and $\displaystyle \log_z{w}=29$. Given that $\displaystyle z=1024y$ and $\displaystyle wx=p^q$, where $\displaystyle p$ is a prime, find $\displaystyle 3q$.


$3$. Suppose there are $\displaystyle 5$ red points and $\displaystyle 4$ blue points on a circle. Let $\displaystyle \frac{m}{n}$ be the probability that a convex polygon whose vertices are among the $\displaystyle 9$ points has at least one blue vertex, where $\displaystyle m$ and $\displaystyle n$ are relatively prime. Find $\displaystyle m+n$.


$4$. Let $\displaystyle O$ be the circumcircle of $\displaystyle \triangle ABC$ and let $\displaystyle D$, $\displaystyle E$, and $\displaystyle F$ be points on sides $\displaystyle BC$, $\displaystyle AC$, and $\displaystyle AB$, respectively, such that $\displaystyle CD=8$, $\displaystyle BD=6$, $\displaystyle BF=3$, $\displaystyle AF=2$, and $\displaystyle AE=4$, and $\displaystyle AD$, $\displaystyle BE$, and $\displaystyle CF$ are concurrent. Let $\displaystyle H$ be a point on minor arc $\displaystyle BC$. Extend $\displaystyle AC$ to $\displaystyle G$ such that $\displaystyle GH$ is tangent to the circle at $\displaystyle H$ and $\displaystyle GC=12$. Find $\displaystyle GH^2$.


$5$. Let $\displaystyle f(x)=\sqrt{x+2005\sqrt{x+2005\sqrt{\cdots}}}$ where $\displaystyle f(x)>0$. Find the remainder when $\displaystyle f(0)f(2006)f(4014)f(6024)f(8036)$ is divided by $\displaystyle 1000$.


$6$. Let $\displaystyle z_0 = \cos{\frac{\pi}{2005}}+i\sin{\frac{\pi}{2005}}$ and $\displaystyle z_{n+1} = (z_n)^{n+1}$ for $\displaystyle n=0,1,2,\ldots$. Find the smallest $\displaystyle n$ such that $\displaystyle z_n$ is an integer.


$7$. Let $R$ be the region inside the graph $\displaystyle x^2+y^2-14x+4y-523=0$ and to the right of the line $\displaystyle x=-5$. If the area of $\displaystyle R$ is in the form $\displaystyle a\pi+b\sqrt{c}$ where $\displaystyle c$ is squarefree, find $\displaystyle a+b+c$.


$8$. If $\displaystyle x\sqrt[3]{4}+\frac{\sqrt[3]{2}}{x}=3$ and $\displaystyle x$ is real, evaluate $\displaystyle 64x^9+\frac{8}{x^9}$.


$9$. You have $\displaystyle 5$ boxes and $\displaystyle 2005$ balls. $\displaystyle 286$, $\displaystyle 645$, and $\displaystyle 1074$ of these balls are blue, green, and red, respectively. Suppose the boxes are numbered $\displaystyle 1$ through $\displaystyle 5$. You place $\displaystyle 1$ blue ball, $\displaystyle 3$ green balls, and $\displaystyle 3$ red balls in box $\displaystyle 1$. Then $\displaystyle 2$ blue balls, $\displaystyle 5$ green balls, and $\displaystyle 7$ red balls in box $\displaystyle 2$. Similarly, you put $\displaystyle n$ blue balls, $\displaystyle 2n+1$ green balls, and $\displaystyle 4n-1$ red balls in box $\displaystyle n$ for $\displaystyle n=3,4,5$. Repeat the entire process (from boxes $\displaystyle 1$ to $\displaystyle 5$) until you run out of one color of balls. How many red balls are in boxes $\displaystyle 3$, $\displaystyle 4$, and $\displaystyle 5$? (NOTE: After placing the last ball of a certain color in a box, you still place the balls of the other colors in that box. You do not, however, place balls in the following box.)


$10$. There are two ants on opposite corners of a cube. On each move, they can travel along an edge to an adjacent vertex. If the probability that they both return to their starting position after $\displaystyle 4$ moves is $\displaystyle \frac{m}{n}$, where $\displaystyle m$ and $\displaystyle n$ are relatively prime, find $\displaystyle m+n$. (NOTE: They do not stop if they collide.)


$11$. Evaluate $\displaystyle \sum_{n=0}^{44}{\frac{\sin{(4n+1)}}{\cos{(2n)}\cos{(2n+1)}}} + \sum_{n=46}^{90}{\frac{\sin{(4n-1)}}{\cos{(2n-1)}\cos{(2n)}}}$.


$12$. A rigged coin has the property that when it is flipped $\displaystyle 2005$ times the probability of getting heads $\displaystyle 589$ times is equal to the probability of getting heads $\displaystyle 590$ times. If $\displaystyle \frac{m}{n}$ is the probability of getting a two heads in a row, where $\displaystyle m$ and $\displaystyle n$ are relatively prime, find $\displaystyle m+n$.


$13$. In $\triangle ABC$, $\angle A=30^{\circ}$, $AC=28\sqrt{3}$, and $\displaystyle AB=42$. Let $\displaystyle E$ be on side $\displaystyle AC$ and $\displaystyle D$ be on side $\displaystyle AB$ such that $\displaystyle DE$ is perpendicular to $\displaystyle AC$ and $\displaystyle DE=14$. If $N = [\triangle ECB]-[\triangle EDB]$, find $\lfloor N \rfloor$. (NOTE: $[\triangle XYZ]$ denotes the area of $\triangle XYZ$.)


$14$. Let $\displaystyle f$ be a polynomial of degree $\displaystyle 2005$ with leading coefficient $\displaystyle 2006$ such that for $\displaystyle n=1,2,3,\ldots,2005$, $\displaystyle f(n)=n$. Find the number of $\displaystyle 0$'s at the end of $\displaystyle f(2006)-2006$.


$15$. An AIME has $\displaystyle 15$ questions, $\displaystyle 5$ of each of three difficulties: easy, medium, and hard. Let $\displaystyle e(X)$ denote the number of easy questions up to question $\displaystyle X$ (including question $\displaystyle X$). Similarly define $\displaystyle m(X)$ and $\displaystyle h(X)$. Let $\displaystyle N$ be the number of ways to arrange the questions in the AIME such that, for any $\displaystyle X$, $\displaystyle e(X) \ge m(X) \ge h(X)$ and if a easy and hard problem are consecutive, the easy always comes first. Find the remainder when $\displaystyle N$ is divided by $\displaystyle 1000$.

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