K. 307. The rectangle in the figure is dissected into squares. The area of square A is 196 cm^{2}, that of square B is 16 cm^{2}, and the area of square C is 81 cm^{2}. What is the area of the rectangle?

K. 308. A certain brand of breakfast cereal is sold in three boxes of different sizes that also have different colours: red, green and blue. The red box is 50% more expensive than the blue box and weighs 20% less than the green box. The green box weighs 50% more than the blue box and costs 25% more than the red box. Which box has the lowest price per kilogram?

K. 309. The plane is divided into four parts by two intersecting lines. The measures of the four angles in degrees are 5x-9, 4x+27, x+y-30, y-x+3z, not necessarily in this order. What may be the four angles?

K. 310. We found a method for multiplying two numbers between 90 and 100: Add the two numbers, subtract 100 from the sum, and then write after the result the product of the differences of the original numbers from 100. E.g. in the case of 97 and 94, 97+94-100=91 and (100-97)(100-94)=18, so the product is 9118 and indeed, 97×94=9118. Why is this a correct method? How can it be extended so that it can be used for multiplying any two two-digit numbers?

K. 312. The vertices of a trapezium ABCD lying in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane are A(a;0); B(8;b); C(3;b); D(0;0), where a and b are integers. Given that the area of the trapezium is 121, find the missing coordinates.

C. 1096. The length of the edge of a cube is an integer. Consider one-third of the edge length, one half of the area of a face and one-sixth of the volume. Prove that the sum of the three numbers is an integer.

C. 1097. A motorcycle has brand new tyres on both wheels. A tyre is considered worn if it has run 15 000 km on the rear wheel or 25 000 km on the front wheel. What is the maximum possible number of kilometres that the motorcycle can run until the tyres become worn if the front and rear tyres are interchanged at the appropriate time?

C. 1099. In a quadrilateral ABCD, M is the midpoint of line segment AB, and N is the midpoint of line segment CD. The length of diagonals AC and BD is , and they enclose an angle of 60^{o}. Find the distance MN.

B. 4392. There are chessmen standing on a few fields of a 20×20 chessboard. A chessman can be removed from the board if at least one half of the fields in its row or column are vacant. What is the minimum number of chessmen needed for an appropriate arrangement such that no chessman can be removed from the board?

B. 4393. Consider the vertices of a regular triangle, the centre of the triangle and all points that divide its sides in a 1:2 ratio. What is the largest number of points that can be selected out the points listed above, such that no three of them form a regular triangle? (Suggested by

B. 4394. Consider the Fibonacci sequence defined by the recursive formula F_{1}=F_{2}=1, F_{n}=F_{n-1}+F_{n-2}. Prove that if k<m, then is a composite number.

B. 4395. Given a cyclic quadrilateral, construct a point in the interior of each side, such that they form a convex quadrilateral of the smallest possible perimeter.

B. 4396. The inscribed circle of triangle ABC touches side b at F and side a at G. Prove that the foot of the perpendicular dropped from A onto the angle bisector of angle lies on the line FG. (By conventional notation , side b lies opposite to vertex B and angle is the angle at B, etc.)

B. 4398.A_{1}, B_{1} and C_{1} are given points on sides BC, CA and AB, respectively, of the acute-angled triangle ABC. Mark a point A_{2} on the circle AC_{1}B_{1}. Let B_{2} be the intersection (different from C_{1}) of the line C_{1}A_{2} with the circle BA_{1}C_{1}. Furthermore, let C_{2} be the intersection (different from A_{1}) of the line A_{1}B_{2} and the circle CB_{1}A_{1}. Prove that the points A_{2}, B_{1} and C_{2} are collinear.

B. 4399. A sack contains k red balls and n green balls. The balls are drawn out one by one, without replacement, until the first red ball is drawn. How many draws are needed on average?

A. 547. A tetrahedron OA_{1}A_{2}A_{3} is given. For i=1,2,3 let B_{i} be a point in the interior of the edge OA_{i} and let C_{i} be a point on the ray OA_{i}, beyond A_{i}. Suppose that the polyhedron bounded by the six planes OA_{i+1}A_{i+2} and B_{i}A_{i+1}A_{i+2} (i=1,2,3) circumscribes a sphere, and the polyhedron bounded by the planes B_{i}A_{i+1}A_{i+2} and C_{i}A_{i+1}A_{i+2} also circumscribes a sphere. Prove that the polyhedron bounded by the planes OA_{i+1}A_{i+2} and C_{i}A_{i+1}A_{i+2} also circumscribes a sphere.