Archive | March, 2016

Mathlympics Training in June 2016

31 Mar

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The training will be in early June. Do indicate your interest.

Email to admin@matharena.com.sg or Whatsapp to 8121 6628.

For our current Math Arena Semester One pupils, you get a discount voucher of $20 for joining the full workshop. It will be given in the form of a cheque at the end of the program.

 

 

Mathlympics Qn: Number Theory – What is the last digitof the product 2 ^2010 x 9 ^2009?

31 Mar

 

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Try It:

If 2 ^ 3 = 2 x 2 x 2, and 9 ^ 3 = 9 x 9 x 9, what is the last digit

of the product 2 ^2010 x 9 ^2009?

Give us your answer and and your solution in the comments space below.

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June Holiday Schedule 2016

30 Mar

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June Holiday Schedule 2016

JUNE HOLIDAYS: P4 & P5 FUSION MATH TRAINING FOR NMOS 2016

21 Mar

P4  & P5 FUSION MATH TRAINING FOR NMOS 

PRELIMINARY ROUND

(Written)

Date: 29th June 2016, Wednesday

Venue: Respective Primary Schools

All registered participants
SPECIAL ROUND

(Written)

Date: 26th July 2016, Tuesday

Time: 3:30 – 5 pm

Venue: NUS High School

By invitation

Preliminary round on 29th June. Top scorers will be invited to the Special Round on 26th July 2015.

We continue our intensive training to help P4 and P5 pupils in their preparation for the coming NMOS competition. Knowledge, understanding and skills will be built up through active teaching and learning in class.

Working on mock papers will also give pupils more exposure to the topics and questions most relevant to the competition.

Do register early.

JUNE HOLIDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE 2016

Even More Olympiad Questions: Combinatorics

15 Mar

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The first three are easier, the fourth question is more difficult.






 

Question from Joey

14 Mar

075644gcwuoxunA baker bought the same number of apples, peaches and grapes to make some fruit tarts. After 28 grapes , some apples and peaches were used to make some fruit tarts, there were 123 fruits left. There were thrice as many apples as peaches left. The number of grapes left was 24 was fewer than the number of apples left. How many peaches were used to make fruit tarts?

Here is a quick solution:

(when time permits, we will make a video to explain this before and after table)

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More Competition Questions for you to review

13 Mar