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The '''Indonesia Mathematical Olympiad''' (also known as the Olimpiade Sains Nasional) is the last of a series of three tests in Indonesia.  This test is used in the selection process for Indonesia’s IMO team.  It is also part of the Indonesia National Science Olympiad, and has been running since 2002.
 
The '''Indonesia Mathematical Olympiad''' (also known as the Olimpiade Sains Nasional) is the last of a series of three tests in Indonesia.  This test is used in the selection process for Indonesia’s IMO team.  It is also part of the Indonesia National Science Olympiad, and has been running since 2002.
  
In the current years, there are two days with each day having 240 minutes (4 hours) allowed to solve the problems, and each problem is worth 7 points.  No calculators, no protractors, and no rulers are allowed.
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==Structure==
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The Indonesia MO has a total of eight problems to be solved over two days.  Each day has 240 minutes (4 hours) to solve four problems, and each problem is worth 7 points.  Like most Olympiads, complete solutions are required for full credit.  No calculators, no protractors, and no rulers are allowed.
  
 
==Resources==
 
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* [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c3317_indonesia_mo AOPS Community]
 
* [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c3317_indonesia_mo AOPS Community]
  
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[[Category:Mathematics competitions]]
 
[[Category:Mathematics competitions]]
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Latest revision as of 00:06, 29 August 2018

The Indonesia Mathematical Olympiad (also known as the Olimpiade Sains Nasional) is the last of a series of three tests in Indonesia. This test is used in the selection process for Indonesia’s IMO team. It is also part of the Indonesia National Science Olympiad, and has been running since 2002.

Indonesia MO
Region: Indonesia
Type: Proof
Difficulty: 3.5 - 6
Difficulty Breakdown:

Problem 1/5: 3.5
Problem 2/6: 4.5
Problem 3/7: 5
Problem 4/8: 6

Structure

The Indonesia MO has a total of eight problems to be solved over two days. Each day has 240 minutes (4 hours) to solve four problems, and each problem is worth 7 points. Like most Olympiads, complete solutions are required for full credit. No calculators, no protractors, and no rulers are allowed.

Resources

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