Difference between revisions of "Canadian Mathematical Olympiad"

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The '''Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO)''' is, as its name implies, the national mathematical Olympiad of Canada.  Participants are selected based on performance on the [[Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge]] (COMC) and/or the [[Canadian Mathematical Olympiad Qualifying Repechage]] (CMOQR).  The Olympiad is part of the selection process for the Canadian [[IMO]] team.
 
The '''Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO)''' is, as its name implies, the national mathematical Olympiad of Canada.  Participants are selected based on performance on the [[Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge]] (COMC) and/or the [[Canadian Mathematical Olympiad Qualifying Repechage]] (CMOQR).  The Olympiad is part of the selection process for the Canadian [[IMO]] team.
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* [http://www.cms.math.ca/Competitions/ Competitions page of the Canadian Mathematical Society]
 
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[[Category:Olympiad mathematics competitions]]

Latest revision as of 00:02, 29 August 2018

The Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO) is, as its name implies, the national mathematical Olympiad of Canada. Participants are selected based on performance on the Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC) and/or the Canadian Mathematical Olympiad Qualifying Repechage (CMOQR). The Olympiad is part of the selection process for the Canadian IMO team.

Canadian MO
Region: Canada
Type: Proof
Difficulty: 5.5 - 8
Difficulty Breakdown:

Problem 1: 5.5
Problem 2: 6
Problem 3: 6.5
Problem 4: 7-7.5
Problem 5: 7.5-8

Structure

Like most Olympiads, the CMO requires test-takers to write a well-written solution. Since 1979, there has been one paper of five questions (each worth 7 points) on each Canadian Olympiad, though there were 10 questions before that. Test-takers can only use writing utensils, rulers, and compasses on the test.

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