One base of a trapezoid is \(100\) units longer than the other base. The segment that joins the midpoints of the legs divides the trapezoid into two regions whose areas are in the ratio \(2: 3\). Let x be the length of the segment joining the legs of the trapezoid that is parallel to the bases and that divides the trapezoid into two regions of equal area. Find the greatest integer that does not exceed \(x^2/100\).
(第十八届AIME2 2000 第6题)