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# International Mathematics Invitation Contests (Singapore) 2005 for Junior Middle School (Time: 0minutes!

## Total Score: "20)

Nationality: Multiple Choice (5 mar#s each) Name: Scores:

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## of b is the minimal natural number, then a + b ' ( ) A\$ !. B2

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*. %f a, b (b > a ) are two ran&om prime numbers, the amount of simple fraction in

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2 2 ab a +b b a 2 ! b 2 a 2 * 2 is ( ) ab b +a a + b2 a +b

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## a is an integer, an& a \$. %f the solution to the e-uation concerning x a.

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0. %n AB", !A) B, !" 2B, then AB" is a1an ( A acute triangle " obtuse triangle B right2angle triangle # e-uilateral triangle

/. As in the picture, the area of s-uare AB"# is 2 ., point 3 is on the si&e A#, point

4 is on the extension line of si&e AB, 3" 4", the area of "34 is 2\$\$. 5he length of B4 is ( ) A1 B12 "11 # 1\$

6. 7eciprocal28e9stro8e 11x on the calculator can show the reciprocal of the number 9ou input. 4or example, when &ispla9ing * on the screen, pressing the 8e9stro8e 11x, it will &ispla9 \$.2 . %f &ispla9ing !2now, 9ou must press 11x ( ) times at least to ma8e the screen &ispla9 !2 again. A2 B! "* #

1\$. 5here are 2\$ rows in an au&itoria with 1\$ seats in the first row, an& ever9 row has one more seat than the front. %f an9 two stu&ents can:t sit next to each other, the au&itoria can a&mit ( A1 \$ ) stu&ents at most. " 2\$\$ # *\$\$

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## 2\$\$* ! 2 2\$\$* 2 2\$\$2 =________. 2\$\$* ! + 2\$\$* 2 2\$\$

1 1 2 x + ! xy 2 y = ! , then ';;;;;;;;;;;. x y x 2 xy y

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a b c abc + + = 1 , then 1!. %f a, b, c are all real numbers, an& ';;;;;;;;. a b c abc

1*. <hen the si&e length of an e-uilateral triangle is exten&e& to 6 times as long as its original length, the area will expan& ;;;;;; times. 1 . 5here is =ust one real number solution to the e-uation (a 2 *) x 2 2(a + 2) x +1 = \$ concerning x, then a ';;;;;;. 1.. %n the trape>oi& AB"#, AB"#, AB("#. 5here is a beeline which is cut across b9 the extension of BA at 3, b9 the extension of #" at ?, b9 B# at @, b9 A" at A, an& b9 B" at %. %f 34'4@'@A'A%'%?, then
DC ';;;;;;;;;;. AB

10. #escribe a circle ta8ing section AB as the &iameter an& point O as the center. Boint " is on the semi circumference, if O" 2 'A"B", then CAB=________.

1/. 5here are 1\$\$ stu&ents in the two classes in @ra&e 5wo in a =unior mi&&le school, the9 all too8 part in the final mathematics test an& the score roun&e& from percentile. <e 8now the average score of the two classes is 0/.2, the average score of "lass One is 0 . , an& "lass 5wo is /\$.*. %f the number of stu&ents in "lass One is even, then there are _________ stu&ents in "lass One. 16. 5he pro&uct of some chil&ren:s age who are in elementar9 school or mi&&le school is .\$\$.\$, then there are _________ chil&ren together. 2\$. 5he perimeter of a parallelogram is 0 cm, whose height is 1*cm when ta8ing B" as the bottom, while ta8ing "# as the bottom the height is 1.cm, then the area of the parallelogram is ;;;;;;;;.

## \$ill in the %lan# (&art (! "0 mar#s each)

21. 5here are ;;;;;;;; triangles whose length of three si&es isn:t e-ual with each other, an& whose perimeter is less than 1!. 22. 5here are two piles of stones, if ta8ing 1\$\$ stones from the first pile to put into the secon& one, then the number of stones in the secon& one will be one time more than the first oneC an& if ta8ing some from the secon& one to put into the first one, then the first one will be times more than the secon&. ,o there are at least ;;;;;;; stones in the first pile.