## Finding an angle in a tough Math Olympiad Geometry Problem – The Isosceles Coincidence

This sample question is from a well reputed Local Chinese Math Olympiad contest

## Finding an angle in a tough Math Olympiad Geometry Problem – The Isosceles Coincidence

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## Missing Number – Number Bonds Pattern Technique

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## Sample of Some Local Chinese Math Olympiad Questions

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## AIMO 2017 (Grade 9) – A Magic Square Product Problem & Solution in image

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## AIMO 2017 (Grade 9) – An Algebra Problem & Solution in image

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## AIMO 2017 (Grade 9) – A Geometry Problem & Solution in image

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## India UPSC Exam Fill Odd Numbers in Boxes

A plausible explanation Here’s a way: (11-7+9-13) + (1x3x5) + (15) = 30, where each number is used only “once”. One clue is to note that you may “repeat” the numbers meaning you most likely need to put more than “1 number” in each box. Also, the elementary number theory fact that (odd) +...

## Malaysian Junior IMO Selection Test 2017

Malaysian IMO Selection Test 2017 (held on 6 November 2016, Junior category) *Included, my solution attempts too during a Math Olympiad Camp at Taiping, Perak between (27 – 30) December 2016. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼

## How many Cars at a Carpark?

Question 576 digits are used to record the number of cars at a car park. How many cars are there altogether? Solution It means as you record the number of cars using 1, 2, 3,.. 10, 11,… 100, 101 etc., a total of 576 digits are used to write all those counting numbers...

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