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# Tag Archives: IMO

## Data on IMO results

Following the recent IMO 2016, I have been meaning to do some analysis on IMO results. Unfortunately I have not had time to do so… In the meantime, I thought I’d share the data I’ve scraped so far so that … Continue reading

## IMO 2016

This year’s International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) took place in Hong Kong from 6-16 July. The problems can be downloaded from this page or viewed at the Art of Problem Solving (AoPS) forum page for IMO 2016 (here). Congratulations to my country, … Continue reading

## [Soln] 2015 IMO Problem 1

2015 IMO 1. We say that a finite set of points in the plane is balanced if, for any two different points and in , there is a point in such that . We say that is centre-free if for … Continue reading

## 2015 IMO Problem 1

## IMO 2015 Visualisation

I’ve been trying to learn some data visualisation on the Tableau platform and I thought, why not try making a visualisation of the IMO 2015 results? It turns out that Tableau is not that intuitive to use. Or at least, … Continue reading

## IMO 2015

My, have I lost track of time! The 2015 International Mathematical Olympiad, the most prestigious high school math competition, was held in Chiang Mai, Thailand from 4-16 Jul 2015. Congratulations to Team USA for topping the competition for the first … Continue reading

## 2014 IMO Problems

The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is the premiere high school math competition. The 2-day contest is held annually, and each country is allowed to send up to 6 participants. Each day, participants are given 4.5 hours to give full solutions for 3 problems. … Continue reading