The Olympiad is organized by Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, MIREA — Russian Technological University, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov 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».
You can send your questions to the organizers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are the final results of the Olympiad’s final round:
In case of any errors in your personal data contact the jury by email email@example.com immediately, please.
All the info about awarding ceremony will be published later.
Chronology of eventsAll the news about the Olympiad are posted below from newest to oldest.
These are the preliminary results (updated in the evening of 30.03) of the final round and problems’ solutions:
- Participants of each grade are represented on a separate sheet.
- Unofficial participants are highlighted .
You can request your work by the jury and/or send us an appeal (a request to reconsider the solution of a specific problem) not later than on March 28 08–59 UTC. For this purpose, please send a message to the jury (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the grade (R5, R6, …) in the subject line. Please include your name in the text adding «Request of my solutions» or «Appeal, problem No. …».
If you discovered that the results of a participant are missing or contain a mistake in the personal data, please inform the jury as soon as possible.
The decision on awards will be taken along with publishing the final results (by
March 31 April 2).
The final round will take place on February 24 or a neighboring date depending on the country. The exact date and addresses for your country are given in the list of locations published below.
The participants should bring appropriate documents (like personal identity card), pens and supply of paper. We recommend bringing water, as the round lasts 4 hours.
The participants will fill in a questionnaire distributed along with the problems. Please do not indicate your name and other personal data on the sheets with solutions.
It will not be allowed to use literature, calculators, computers, mobile phones or other communication tools.
We advice to come to the site 20–30 minutes in advance to find the place and fill in the questionnaire.
The participants are asked not to publish problems in social networks or elsewhere before March 14.
The preliminary results of the final round wiil be published by March 24. Appeals can be made within three days after the publication of the preliminary results.
Some changes are possible, and we ask you to check the list of sites 1–2 days before the scheduled date.
Please send all your questions to email@example.com.
The final round of the Olympiad will be held between February 22 and March 1, depending on the country. The duration of the round is 4 hours.
Both lists of locations and participants were updated on the 20th of February. More details about locations may be available from local organizers or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
It is strongly recommended to
check the list of locations 1–2 days before the scheduled date!
If you cannot reach the nearest place, write to us about it. We will try to find a more suitable option with you. You can ask your math teacher in advance if he/she is ready to help you.
About 4000 students from 30 countries took part in the qualifying round! The participants who reached the threshold score will be invited to the final round. All necessary information will be sent by email.
If your result is missing, you could inform the Organizing committee (email@example.com) before January 15.
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.
In the table above the results for each grade are presented on a separate sheet, sorted by country and name. Also notice, that:
- a solution of each problem was scored out of 7 points;
- participants who reached the threshold score are painted yellow.
Until the final round in the end of February!
The organizing Committee of the Olympiad had finished processing received submissions and, due to the technical difficulties during the qualifying stage, sent information letters to all participants.
Please check the email you provided with the solutions!
P.S. If you haven’t got any letters, please contact the organizing Committee by e‑mail firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible!
Thank you for participating! The Olympiad Committee has started processing and checking your solutions.
E‑mail confirmations about receiving your solutions should arrive in a few days, otherwise we will contact you.
Preliminary results will be published in December.
Dear participants of Olympiad,
Due to the heavy server load, the notification letters of receiving your solutions are sent with big delay :(
We apologize in advance and ask for your patience.
P. S. Even in the worst case scenario (if your solutions will get lost after all), we still have your application and will contact you in order to get the solutions after the end of the 1st round.
Here is the qualifying (remote) round of the competition. You can solve problems until November 12, 2019 inclusively.
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.
You can write your solutions by hand and scan them or type them using a text editor. Solutions should be written in English, Esperanto, French, Georgian, German, Kazakh, Persian, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian or Uzbek. Use of other languages should be agreed with the organizers in advance.
You do not need to repeat the text of the problems in your paper; please write down your solutions only. For anonymous grading, you should not write your name on the paper sheets with solutions.
The winners of Olympiad 2018/19 (those with Diplomas I‑III) can participate directly in the final round.
How to submit solutions
The solutions should be submitted to the Jury by November 12 using this online form:
You can upload both text files (in TXT, DOC, DOCX or PDF formats) and scans of paper works (in JPG and PNG formats). The total number of files should not exceed 10. The files with the solutions of the problems should not contain the surname, name and other personal data of the participant!
Nota Bene! It is not allowed to use the same registration data for sending works of several participants. If you are a teacher and want to send papers of several students, please write about this to the organizing Committee, and we will offer a convenient way to do it.
You can send your questions (but not the solutions of problems) to the organizers to email@example.com.
There will be two rounds in the International Mathematical Olympiad «Formula of Unity»/«The Third Millennium».
The first round, by correspondence, will be held from October 15 to November 12.
It is possible to obtain the list of problems and further announcements related to the Olympiad via email — register here :)
The second (final) round of the Olympiad «Formula of Unity»/«The Third Millennium» will be held at the same time (approximately February 2020) at multiple sites in various countries. The winners of the first round will be invited to take it.