Schoolchildren 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. Winners are invited to the International Summer Camp of «Formula of Unity».
International Mathematical Olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millennium» continues two earlier independent Olympiads: «Formula of Unity» that took place in 2012/13 and «The Third Millennium» that has been conducted since 2001.
The Olympiad is over!
The awarding ceremony took place on June 3, 2017 at St. Petersburg University. This is a short movie about it (in Russian, but you can turn on subtitles):
This year, the qualifying round gathered almost 3,500 students from 16 countries (including Russia), of which more than 1200 passed to the final round. More than 250 children were awarded with diplomas of different degrees for successful participation.
Chronology of eventsAll the news about the Olympiad are posted below from newest to oldest.
Here are the results:
- Final results of official participants (updated on May 17)
- Final results of inofficial participants (updated on April 19)
All participants are asked to check correctness of their personal data. In case of any mistake or incompleteness please inform the organizers as soon as possible (email@example.com).
The winners receive a 25–50% discount for participation in the summer camp «Formula of Unity».
Preliminary results of official participants (grades R6-R11) — results of R5 will be added on March 30.
The results of inofficial participants will be published by April 15.
The scanned participant’s solutions can be sent on request before April 3. Appeals are also accepted before April 3. All requests should be sent to the jury’s address firstname.lastname@example.org.
We plan to publish preliminary results of official participants of FdI Olympiad by March 29 and those of inofficial participants by April 10.
Appeals are accepted within 2 days after publication of results.
The final round of the International Mathematical Olympiad «Formula of Unity» / «The Third Millennium» will take place in many countries in different dates (between February 25 and March 4). The participants will be given problems for 4 hours.
List of sites (with date, time and address — updated on February 24)
The list of sites in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraina, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan is published on the Russian page.
Here is the full list of participants of the final round including the winners of the previous year:
The participants and organizers are kindly asked to check personal data in the table including the names of educational institutions. In case of any mistake or incompleteness please inform the organizers as soon as possible (email@example.com).
About 3000 school students from 20 countries took part in the 1st round. We publish results of all participants
except for those from Belarus, Ecuador and Spain (we plan to publish full results on January 10–12):
Results of the first round (updated on January 27)
Each of the sheets contains data for one grade. The results are ordered by country and surname. Score «-1» means disqualification due to non-individual work.
The thresholds to pass into the second round:
If you participated in the Olympiad and your result is missing, or if you found any technical error, please report immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second (final) round is planned for February 26.
More than 2700 students from 20 countries participated in the Olympiad!
The evaluation is almost over, and we plan to publish full results by the 10th of January.
See you during the second round on February 26!
The results will be published on December, 29.
See you during the second round in February!
The participants are supposed to be school students of grades equivalent to Russian grades 5–11 (11–17 years old). Those from countries with a different system of grades will be able to choose their sets of problems according to the table of matching grades (for some countries) or according to the age of students: Russian Grade 5 corresponds approximately to 2005 year of birth, grade 11 — to 1999.
Here is the first (correspondence) round of competition.
- Problems in Uzbek.
- Problems in Ukrainian.
- Problems in English.
- Problems in Esperanto.
- Problems in French.
- Problems in Hebrew.
- Problems in Persian.
- Problems in Romanian.
- Problems in Spanish.
- Problems in Georgian.
Please remember that your solution of every problem should include full reasoning, and not only the right answer.
We will be happy if your friends who like mathematics also participate. However, every work should be done personally; otherwise, your paper will not be considered.
Please be careful with making up of your work, follow the rules and declare all necessary data. You need not include statements of problems into your paper; please write down your solutions only.
It appeared that the organizers do not have a solution of one of the problems in the grade R11. In any case, we are going to score significant advances towards the solution, and we cannot exclude that someone will ultimately find a solution.
You can write your solutions by hand and scan them or type them using a text editor. Solutions should be written in Esperanto, Bulgarian, English, French, German, Georgian, Hebrew, 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 down your name on the paper sheets with solutions.
Before submitting your solutions, please fill in a questionnaire. (Please download it in Excel format if MS Excel is available. Otherwise, please copy the questions from the second page and add your answers in an .odt or a .txt file.)
The solutions should be submitted to the Jury before November 18.
- If you received any instructions from your local organizing committee or a teacher, please follow them.
- The solutions in Spanish (with the filled-in questionnaire) are to be sent to email@example.com.
- Otherwise, please send the file with your solutions and the filled-in questionnaire to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please indicate your grade of participation (R5, …, R11) in the Subject line.
In the academic year 2016/17 the first round of the Olympiad will be held from October 22 to November 18.
Problems and detailed instructions will be published on October 22. The problems will be published in English, French, German, Romanian, Russian, Persian, Spanish, Ukrainian, and Uzbek languages.
The Organizing Committee is available by e‑mail email@example.com.