7th EMC Math Grand Prix Information: 1.

This Math Grand Prix is hosted by proponent of the EMC Math Grand Prix. 2. This shall be composed of 20 questions. 3. The pointing system is fixed and shall be as follows… Number of Contestants Points Given To Each Contestant who got the Correct Answer(s) who got the Correct Answer(s) More than 10 1 9-10 2 7-8 3 5-6 4 3-4 5 2 6 1 10 0 100 4. The Time Limit will be indicated in each question. 5. The questions and accompanying figures (if applicable) will be posted in picture form. 6. A Partial Scores Update shall be given after every five questions. That is, Partial Scores Update 1 is for Q1-Q5, Partial Scores Update 2 is for Q6-Q10, Partial Scores Update 3 is for Q11-Q15, and Partial Scores Update 4 is for Q16-Q20. All contestants shall be assigned to a Code Name which they will not know. Each Code Name assigned will be different for each update. 7. The Final and Official Scores of each Contestant shall be the summation of their partial scores from each update and their true identity will be revealed. 8. MESSAGE all your answers to the Quiz Host. DO NOT post it as a comment. It will not be considered as an official answer. ONLY SEND YOUR ONE FINAL ANSWER. Any other answers sent won’t be considered. 9. Problems given may be nullified once a conflict arises and is unresolved within 10 minutes. A new question shall replace the nullified question. 10. All questions, comments, suggestions, violent reactions, and clarifications can be commented under the question. 11. The Highest Scorer(s) in this Online Quiz after 20 questions (that weren’t nullified) shall be declared as Champion(s) and shall decide on who will host the 9th EMC Math Grand Prix because Angelo Sevilleno will host the 8th EMC Math Grand Prix.

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