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* The image "bulb" means that the sub-problem counts 2-3 points within the problem's 10 points
 
* The image "bulb" means that the sub-problem counts 2-3 points within the problem's 10 points
 
* The image "book" means that the sub-problem counts as the rest of the points of the problem's 10 points
 
* The image "book" means that the sub-problem counts as the rest of the points of the problem's 10 points
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Awards are listed below:
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1. Distinction: For people scored top 25%(usually 70ish)
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2. Honour Roll: For people scored high enough(2%-5%, not sure, usually around 90ish)
  
 
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* [[Euclid history Problem]]
 
* [[Euclid history Problem]]

Latest revision as of 22:55, 22 March 2021

CEMC Euclid

The CEMC Euclid(generally "Euclid") is a 150-minute, 100-point competition that consists of 10 written problems, each problem with multiple sub-problems. For each problem, you have to show all steps in order to get full marks.

Euclid is considered one of the most competitive, high-reputative competition in canada along with the * Canadian Senior Mathematic Competition(CSMC) and * Canadian Open Mathematic Challenge(COMC).

On the left side of each sub-problem, there will be one image, either "bulb" or "book"

  • The image "bulb" means that the sub-problem counts 2-3 points within the problem's 10 points
  • The image "book" means that the sub-problem counts as the rest of the points of the problem's 10 points

Awards are listed below:

1. Distinction: For people scored top 25%(usually 70ish) 2. Honour Roll: For people scored high enough(2%-5%, not sure, usually around 90ish)

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