«For­mula of Unity» / «Third Mil­len­ni­um» Olympi­ad

Mathematics; 2017 — 2018


The Olympi­ad is organ­ized by ITMO Uni­ver­sity, North­ern (Arc­tic) Fed­er­al Uni­ver­sity named after M.V. Lomono­sovSouth­w­est State Uni­ver­sity and Euler Found­a­tion.

School stu­dents of grades 5–11 from Rus­sia and of equi­val­ent grades from all over the world are invited to par­ti­cip­ate.

Par­ti­cip­a­tion in the com­pet­i­tion is free. All school stu­dents can take part in the first round and the win­ners of the first round are invited to the second round. Win­ners of the pre­vi­ous Olympi­ad (with dip­lo­mas of any degree) are also invited dir­ectly to the second round. Par­ti­cipants with the best res­ults in the second round will be awar­ded with dip­lo­mas and invited (with reduced fee) to the inter­na­tion­al math­em­at­ic­al camp «For­mulo de Integreco».


Current status: The final round is over. The results will be published soon.

Chronology of events

All the news about the Olympiad are posted below from newest to oldest.

Final round

19 January 2018

The final round of the Olympi­ad will be held between Feb­ru­ary 2 and Feb­ru­ary 14, depend­ing on the coun­try. See the below table for dates and addresses; more details can be avail­able from loc­al organ­izers and/​or will be added later. The dur­a­tion of the round is 4 hours.

Loc­a­tions of the final round (updated on Feb 8 at 09:20)

For loc­a­tions in Belarus, Kaza­kh­stan, Kyrgyz­stan, Rus­sia, Tajikistan, Ukraina and Uzbek­istan, see the Rus­si­an page.

The table of par­ti­cipants is sor­ted by coun­tries, regions, cit­ies and edu­ca­tion­al insti­tu­tions:

Par­ti­cipants (updated on Feb 1 at 01:45)

Results of the qualifying round

30 December 2017

The jury has com­pleted eval­u­ation of solu­tions sub­mit­ted by almost 4000 par­ti­cipants from 22 coun­tries: Belarus, Bul­garia, Canada, Chile, Ecuador, Egypt, Esto­nia, Geor­gia, Ger­many, Iran, Japan, Kaza­kh­stan, Kyrgys­tan, Mex­ico, Mol­dova, Pakistan, Romania, Rus­sia, Spain, Ukraine, USA, and Uzbek­istan.

Each solu­tion was scored out of 7 points. In the below table the res­ults for each grade are presen­ted on a sep­ar­ate sheet. The par­ti­cipants are sor­ted by coun­try, region, and city.

Res­ults of the qual­i­fy­ing round (updated on 22.01.18 at 09:50 Moscow time)

Some res­ults can be miss­ing if the jury has not received the sub­mis­sions for tech­nic­al reas­ons. If your res­ult is miss­ing, please inform the Organ­iz­ing com­mit­tee ([email protected]​formulo.​org) as soon as pos­sible. Please indic­ate your name, grade, coun­try and city and describe how you have sub­mit­ted your work. We also ask every­body to inform us on incor­rect or incom­plete data.

The res­ult «-1» denotes dis­qual­i­fic­a­tion because of cooper­a­tion between par­ti­cipants or signs of pla­gi­ar­ism.

The par­ti­cipants from grades R5 and R6 with 30 or more points and those from R7-R11 with 32 or more points will be invited to the final round to be held on Feb­ru­ary 4 or on an adja­cent date. All neces­sary inform­a­tion will be sent by email.

Start of the qualifying round

16 October 2017

General principles

Here is the qual­i­fy­ing (remote) round of the com­pet­i­tion. You can solve prob­lems until Novem­ber 13, 2017.

Please remem­ber that your solu­tion of every prob­lem should include not only the right answer but the full reas­on­ing as well.

We will be happy if your friends who like math­em­at­ics also par­ti­cip­ate. How­ever, every assign­ment should be done indi­vidu­ally; oth­er­wise, your sub­mis­sion will not be con­sidered.

Please be care­ful with pre­par­a­tion of your work, fol­low the rules and provide all neces­sary data. You do not need to include prob­lem state­ments into your sub­mis­sion; please write down your solu­tions only.

You can write your solu­tions by hand and scan them or type them using a text edit­or. Solu­tions should be writ­ten in Esper­anto, Eng­lish, French, Geor­gi­an, Ger­man, Per­sian, Romani­an, Rus­si­an, Span­ish, Ukrain­i­an, or Uzbek. Use of oth­er lan­guages should be agreed with the organ­izers in advance. For anonym­ous grad­ing, you should not write your name on the paper sheets with solu­tions.

The win­ners of Olympi­ad 2016/17 (those with Dip­lo­mas I-III) can par­ti­cip­ate dir­ectly in the final round.

Problems

Prob­lems in Eng­lish

Prob­lems in French

Prob­lems in Geor­gi­an

Prob­lems in Per­sian

Prob­lems in Rus­si­an

Prob­lems in Span­ish

Prob­lems in Ukrain­i­an

Prob­lems in Uzbek

How to submit solutions

Before sub­mit­ting your solu­tions, please fill in a ques­tion­naire. (Down­load it in Excel format if MS Excel is avail­able. Oth­er­wise, down­load it as pdf and add your answers or cre­ate an .odt or a .txt file.)

The solu­tions should be sub­mit­ted to the Jury by Novem­ber 13. If you received any instruc­tions from your loc­al organ­iz­ing com­mit­tee or a teach­er, please fol­low them.

Oth­er­wise, please type or scan your solu­tions into one of the fol­low­ing formats: txt, doc, odt, pdf, jpg. The files should not con­tain your name (even in the file names). Then you can email your solu­tions to [email protected]​formulo.​org. You can attach sev­er­al files or cre­ate a .zip archive. Please attach your ques­tion­naire as a sep­ar­ate file to the same mes­sage. Please indic­ate your grade of par­ti­cip­a­tion (R5, …, R11) in the Sub­ject line.

Any questions?

You can send your ques­tions to the organ­izers (but not the solu­tions of prob­lems) to [email protected]​formulo.​org.

GOOD LUCK!