ASIA MATHERMATICS OLYMPIAD 2018

5 Olympiad Rings
Main Organizer:
Mathematics Olympics
Committee
Endorsed by:
MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture,
Sports, Science and Technology of Japan)
Association for Promotion of Mathematical Science
Sponsored by:
Sony Global Education, Inc
Supported by:
Scientific Education Group
Empathy Japan Co. Ltd.
Comolink Co. Ltd

About Competition

Gathering the best minds from Japan!

The Asia Mathematics Olympiad (AMO) is an international competition that has been held every summer since 1991. This competition aims to allow students to reveal and embrace their talent in Mathematics. More than 180,000 students from countries such as Japan, China, Hong Kong and Korea have participated in this competition so far.

The Asia Mathematics Olympiad in South East Asia was held for the first time in 2017.

WHAT DISTINGUISHES AMO
FROM OTHER COMPETITIONS?

  • The difficulty level of questions is extremely HIGH.
  • This competition requires students to not just rely on memorising formulas, but to fully utilize their Logical and Innovative thinking. This test can assess Mathematical skills relevant to the 21st Century.
  • Top students from all over Asia participate in this competition.

5 Skills Required for 21st Century

OECD features 5 skills above and evaluates education systems worldwide by testing the skills and knowledge of 15-year-old students with PISA test.

LEVELS
Name Recommended For Contents
Beginners Level
"Bee"
9yrs and ⁄ or below Beginners Level. 9yrs and under students are recommended to join this level. The participants must be able to do basic arithmetic operations.
Junior Level
"Kids"
11yrs and ⁄ or below Any student under 11yrs and under is qualified. But it is most suitable for 4th-5th graders. The difficulty level is optimised for the equivalent of Japanese 4th grade.
Senior Level
"Genius"
12yrs and ⁄ or below This is targeted towards 12yrs and under, in other words, every elementary school student is qualified to enter. The difficulty level is optimised for the equivalent of Japanese 5th grade.

Test Your Mathermatical Skills!

Beginners Level
"Bee"

Q1
Rectangles A and B are combined as shown. Find the length and width of both Rectangle A and B.

Q1
13 x79 is 1027. By changing one number out of 1, 3, 7, and 9, the answer became 1422.
Which number was changed to what number?
13 x 79 = 1027
?? x ?? = 1422
Q1
Students A, B and C participate in a quiz consisting of 6 questions. They are to answer with “Yes” or “No”.
A correct answer earns the students 10 points.
The maximum amount of points that can be scored is 60. The students’ results are shown in the following table. Find out how much Student C scored.
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Total
A Yes No No Yes Yes No 40
B No No Yes Yes No No 50
C No Yes Yes No No Yes ?

Junior Level
"Kids"

Q1
We have 9 cells in a horizontal row. There is a coin placed in each cell. The cells marked by an O have the coins faced up. The cells marked by an X have the coins faced down.
Pick a face-up coin and flip all the coins to its left. Repeat until all the coins are flipped. How many times should you flip the coins until they are all facing downwards (All Xs)?
Q1
We have 12 cards, each containing a number from 1 to 12.
We remove 3 cards so that adding 3 random cards out of the remaining 9 cards will not give a total of 12. What are the values of these 3 removed cards, such that their sum is the maximum possible?
Q1
A shaded rectangle is inside of a regular decagon. The rectangle has an area of 100cm². Find the area of the regular decagon.

Senior Level
"Genius"

Q1
We wrap a ribbon around a cube of 3cm on one of the sides, as showed in the diagram. When the ribbon is wrapped until it forms a loop around the cube, what is the area of the unwrapped cube?
Q1
We have 13 cards, each containing a number from 1 to 13. A teacher picked 2 cards from these 13. He then informed student A the product of the numbers on these 2 cards, student B the sum, and student C, the difference. The students then had the following conversation:
A: I don’t know the answer.
B: Me neither.
C: I have got to give up.
A: I don’t know yet.
B and C: We don’t know too.
What are the numbers of these 2 cards?
Q1
Consider an integer which fulfils the following condition:
“Adding all the digits in the integer, and multiplying the sum by itself for several times will result in the same integer”
For example, 512 is such an integer:
1. 5 + 1 + 2 = 8
2. 8 x 8 x 8 = 512
Find 3 such integers.

Registration

Registration Form

Registration Fee (Not refundable or transferable):

$40.00 (School category) / $50.00 (Open category)

Cheques should be crossed and made payable Asia Maths Alliance Pte Ltd
Please write the name, class and contact number of your child on the reverse side of the cheque.

Submission Details:

N.B.: Enrolment for the above programme is based on first-come-first-serve basis. Should your child be absent for the contest on 10 June 2018 there shall not be a make-up test or a refund of the contest payment.

*Age limit for individual levels:

  • Beginners Level — Born on or after 2 January 2009
  • Junior Level — Born on or after 2 January 2007
  • Senior Level — Born on or after 2 January 2006

2018 ASIA MATHEMATICS OLYMPIAD RULES & REGULATIONS

  1. A minimal number of students (20) have to be recruited for school applications.
  2. Registration must be done using the Official Registration Form and emailed to Asia Maths Alliance Pte Ltd by 19th May 2018, Saturday. Registration by fax or phone will not be entertained.
  3. Late registrations will not be processed.
  4. The First Round held on 10 June 2018, Sunday must be administered according to the scheduled time by a Proctor appointed by the school.
  5. Only the Proctor appointed by the school is allowed to invigilate during the competition.
  6. Answer sheets will not be returned.
  7. We will send the results of the 1st round by the end of June.
  8. Selected participants that are qualified for the Final Round on 22 July 2018, Sunday will be informed through Asia Maths Alliance Pte Ltd.
  9. Final result report with answers and analytics will be given to all participants.
  10. A one-time $40 / $50 non-refundable registration fee will be charged for each participant registered.
  11. Payments for school applications are to be made through the participants’ respective schools in ONE consolidated payment to Asia Maths Alliance Pte Ltd by cash / cheque. Registration will only be confirmed upon the receipt of the payment.
  12. Receipts will be issued by Asia Maths Alliance Pte Ltd for cash / cheque payments.
  13. All Finalists must report for the competition in full school uniform. They must bring along their student identification cards, bus concession cards or passports for identification purposes.
  14. All Finalists must bring their own stationery. All other items, including their own calculators, mathematical sets and personal items like wallets and mobile phones will not be allowed during the competition.
  15. The organiser reserves the right to amend the rules and regulations of the competition.
  • This competition is organized by Gakken Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.
    (1 Scotts Road #25-09 Shaw Centre, S228208), and
    operated by Asia Maths Alliance Pte Ltd.
    (Mailing Address: My Mailbox 883182, Singapore 919191)
  • For any inquiries regarding this competition:
    Email asiamaths@gmail.com
    Tel 6521 2993