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In the x-y coordinate plane, the distance between (p,q) and (1,1) is 5

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In the x-y coordinate plane, the distance between \((p,q)\) and \((1,1)\) is \(5\). If \(p\) and \(q\) are integers, how many possibilities are there for the point \((p,q)\)?

\(A. 2\)
\(B. 4\)
\(C. 8\)
\(D. 12\)
\(E. 16\)

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[Math Revolution GMAT math practice question]

In the x-y coordinate plane, the distance between \((p,q)\) and \((1,1)\) is \(5\). If \(p\) and \(q\) are integers, how many possibilities are there for the point \((p,q)\)?

\(A. 2\)
\(B. 4\)
\(C. 8\)
\(D. 12\)
\(E. 16\)


The distance between \((p,q)\) and \((1,1)\) is \(5\)
Or, \((p-1)^2+(q-1)^2=5^2\)

1) \((p-1)^2+(q-1)^2=5^2+0^2\); so\((p-1)^2=0\) and \((q-1)^2=5^2\). Possible pairs of (p,q):-(0,5), (0,-5),(5,0), (-5,0) ----(4 pairs)
2)\((p-1)^2+(q-1)^2=5^2=4^2+3^2\);so \((p-1)^2=4^2\) and \((q-1)^2=3^2\). Possible pairs of (p,q):-(5,4), (5,-2),(-3,4), (-3,-2)---(4 pairs)
3)\((p-1)^2+(q-1)^2=5^2=3^2+4^2\);so \((p-1)^2=3^2 and (q-1)^2=4^2\). Possible pairs of (p,q):-(4,5), (-2,5),(4,-3), (-2,-3)---(4 pairs)
N,B,:- If \((x-a)^2=k\) , then \(\sqrt{(x-a)^2}=|x-a|=+k\) or \(-k\)
Total number of (p,q) pairs=4+4+4=12
Ans. (D)
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(p-1)^2 + (q-1)^2 = 5^2
If p – 1 = ±3, and q - 1 = ±4, then p = 1 ± 3, and q = 1 ± 4. There are four possible points: ( p, q ) = ( 4, 5 ), ( 4, -3 ), ( -2, 5 ), ( -2, -3 ).
If p – 1 = ±4, and q - 1 = ±3, then p = 1 ±4, and q = 1 ± 3. There are four possible points: ( p, q ) = ( 5, 4 ), ( 5, -2 ), ( -3, 4 ), ( -3, -2 ).
If p – 1 = 0, and q - 1 = ±5, then p = 1, and q = 1 ±5. There are two possible points: ( p, q ) = ( 1, 6 ), ( 1, -4 ).
If p – 1 = ±5, and q - 1 = 0, then p – 1 = ±5, and q = 1. There are two possible points: ( p, q ) = ( 6, 1 ), ( -4, 1 ).

There are a total of 4 + 4 + 2 + 2 = 12 possibilities for the point (p,q).
Therefore, the answer is D.

Answer: D
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