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Harder Problems of the Week 1. Consider a quarter of a circle of radius 8. Let r be the radius of the circle inscribed in this
 

Summary: Harder Problems of the Week
Due May 28
1. Consider a quarter of a circle of radius 8. Let r be the radius of the circle inscribed in this
quarter of a circle. Find r . Round your answer to the nearest integer.
2. What is the least integer value of m such that 3m
+ 2m
is a 10-digit number?
3. If you begin counting 2 consecutive whole numbers each second, starting January 1, 2000, at
12:00 a.m., in what year will you reach 9 billions ?
4. A rectangle with vertices A(0,0), B(10,0), C(10,5) and D=(0,5) is graphed in a coordinate
plane. The rectangular region determined by these points is rotated 360 degrees about the y-axis
forming a geometric solid. The rectangular region is then is rotated 360 degrees about the x-axis
forming a geometric solid. How many square units are in the positive difference between the
total surface areas of these two geometric solids? The answer is x Pi . Find x .
5. Let ABC be an equilateral triangle. Let M,N and P be the midpoints of AB, BC and CA .
Shade the triangle MNP . We completed now Stage 1. Repeat this process with each of the three
remaining unshaded triangles by taking the midpoints of each side of each triangle and by
shading the middle triangle. We completed now Stage 2. We have now 4 shaded triangle in total.
To finish Stage 3 , repeat the same process to the 9 remaining unshaded triangles by taking the
midpoints of each side of each triangle and by shading the middle triangle. We have now 13

  

Source: Akhmedov, Azer - Department of Mathematics, University of California at Santa Barbara

 

Collections: Mathematics