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Math Olympiad Contest Problems Bundle of 3
Math Olympiad Contest Problems For Primary and Lower Secondary Schools Asian Edition by Dr. G. Lenchner.
The Math Olympiad contests presented these 400 challenging problems and ingenious solutions over a period of 16 years. Aimed at young students, their teachers and parents, the book contains an unusual variety of problems, a section of hints to help the reader get started, and seven unique appendices that inform and enrich, among other features. The Asian Editions
The ASIAN Edition is identical to Dr Lenchner’ s original text with the following modifications:
• Queen’s English spelling
• Changes in nomenclature such as imperial to decimal measurements, and American coinage to Singapore coinage
• All Olympiad questions remain true to the original. In some situations, the answers may differ from the original answers. Great care has been taken to ensure that the purpose and solution methods remain unchanged. Consequently, one-cent coins will still be used even though they are no longer in use in Singapore.
Math Olympiad Contest Problem For Primary and Secondary Schools Volume 2, edited by Richard Kalman.
A continuation of our first volume, Math Olympiad Contest Problem For Primary and Secondary Schools, it is full of useful features for PICO and mathlete alike, and can be a valuable addition to your professional library. Its many features include: The 425 problems from our contests from 1995 to 2005; 50 Division E contests and 35 Division M contests; Step-by-step solutions to all problems; Hints, strategies, and percents correct for all questions; Multiple solutions for most problems; Extensions for about half of the questions; An index of problems by type; A thorough handbook for PICOs; and A rich study guide for mathletes.
Math Olympiad Contest Problem For Primary and Secondary Schools Volume 3
edited by Richard Kalman and Nicholas J Restivo.
A continuation of our first and second volume, Math Olympiad Contest Problem For Primary and Secondary Schools, it is full of useful features for PICO and mathlete alike and can be a valuable addition to your professional library. Its many features include 400 challenging and interesting problems over an eight-year period from 2005-2013. Over 150,000 students participate every year, representing about 7,500 teams worldwide.