A competition in solving
mathematics problems for students in Grades 5-12.
The 2013 MidMichigan Olympiad
took place on Sunday, April 28
-- in Room 1345 EngineeringBuilding MichiganStateUniversity Campus
Thank you for participation!
About the Olympiad
Olympiad competition is an
exam consisting of five challenging problems requiring only the mathematics
appropriate for students' grade level. Participants are divided into three
groups: Grades 5-6, Grades 7-9, and Grades 10-12
and given three hours to write solutions to these problems. Participation
is free and open to all students interested in mathematics. The top three
winners in each group will get prizes.
Award Ceremony will take place at 5 p.m. on the day of the exam in Room A304, Wells Hall. During the Award Ceremony
solutions of the problems will be given.
problems given in previous years are posted below.
Olympiad is conducted by the MSU Mathematics Department. You may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
interested in the Olympiad may also be interested in the KidMath
seminars described below.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 Mathematical
addition to the Olympiad, the MSU Mathematics Department conducts free seminars
for students in Grades 5--7. These meet Monday evenings 6--7:15 p.m. in KinawaSchool. Everyone
interested in mathematics is welcome!