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MATH HOMEWORK

 

 
 

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Our math star Nikhel Auradkar participated in Math Tournaments “HOSTED MOUNT RAINIER HIGH SCHOOL” and "Chapter Mathcounts Competition 2009" (around 350 students from 50 schools) and got 4th  individual place and led his school team to the first and second places.

 

In April 2009 his school  team won first place in Washington State Math Competition  and he got 9th individual place.

 

Congrtulations!!!

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Sasha Shakhovets is best 4-5 grades math student 2010  in Alcott Elementery!

 

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Rising math star Mathias Foster participated in National Math Competition “Math Kangaroo 2010” and won 3rd place in Washington State and 16th place in National level among 556 participants. Congratulations!  

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Our math star Nikita Filippov participated in State Math Tournaments “MATH IS COOL”  on May 21, 2011and led his school team to the fourth place.

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Our math star Vlad Ovechkin participated in State Math Tournaments “MATH IS COOL”  in March 20-th 2015. He get individual 8 place  and led his 5-th grade school team (BCA) to the second place.

 

Puzzles for everybody

 

What is Su Doku?

 

 

Su Doku (or Sudoku,” or ‘Su-doku”) is a number-placement puzzle based on a square grid, typically 9 squares by 9, giving 81 squares in all. The puzzle is further divided (by bold gridlines) into 9 boxes or “regions,” each a square measuring 3 squares by 3. Figures from 1 to 9 (known as “givens”) are already inserted in some of the squares; to complete the puzzle, a player must insert the missing numbers so that each row, each column, and each region contains the numbers 1 to 9 once and once only, without any repeats. The level of difficulty depends upon the number of givens in any puzzle, and the ease with which a player can compute the missing numbers by the use of logic.

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CHECK YOUR IMAGINATION

 

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LOGICAL PROBLEM

FOR 5 - 9 GRADES

The Three Playing Cards

There are three playing cards face-up on the table.

  • A diamond is to the left of a spade

  • An eight is to the right of a king

  • A ten is to the left of heart

  • A heart is to the left of a spade

From left to right, what are the three playing cards?


From Math Olympiad 5 gr.

 

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7-th Grade Math Championship 2009

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