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Math Olympics Information Booklet[1]

Math Olympics Information Booklet[1]

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TEGUCIGALPA, MAY, 14
th
2011
 
Tegucigalpa, D.C.March 21, 2011
ABSH SchoolsDear Math Coaches:
We would highly appreciate you follow these instructions when elaborating the20 multiple choice questions per category. Your school must submit them for the Math Olympics Competition at AST on May 14th, 2011.1.Number your questions 1-20.
2.
Use Arial font size 12 and Equation Editor or Math Type to write theproblems to ensure the correct usage of mathematical symbols.
3.
Use only
a
,
b
,
, and
as the answer choices for each question.4.Do not use as answers “all of the above” or “none of the above”5.Make sure to revise the correct answer is provided as one of the choices of each question.6.Use the appropriate math vocabulary for each category.7.Make each question considering different content from the topics list.8.Save each 20 multiple choice category questions with the name of eachcategory and the school’s name: “ Geometry AST”, Algebra I AST”Remember each question must be part of the topics list provided for eachcategory. (See Topic List attached)The difficulty level of a question will not be considered as criteria fodismissing a question.
 
Math Olympics Rules andRegulations
(taken from the ABSHMembers Handbook)
 
Brief Descriptio
 
 The objective of this activity is to promote the interest of students
 
and schools in the different areas of mathematics covered in the
 ;
high school curriculum this would be achieved by means of 
 .
celebrating a Math Olympics competition on a yearly basis
 
In this competition each participating school can participate with
 20 -
one team of up to three students to answer a multiple choice
 :
question exam in each of the seven categories described below
Categories 
 
Basic Math
7
students from
th
 
grade
-
Pre Algebra
8
students from
th
 
grade
 
Algebra I
9
students from
th
 
grade
 
Algebra II
10
students from
th
11
or
th
 
grade
Geometry
9
students from
th
, 10
th
11
or th grade
Trigonometry
11
students from
th
12
or
th
 
grade
-
Pre Calculus
11
students from
th
12
or
th
 
grade
 
Students must take the exam corresponding to the course they
 .
are enrolled during the current school year

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