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 Title Mathematical Olympiad in China: Problems and Solutions
 Author(s) Bin Xiong, Yee Lee Peng
 Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company (June 20, 2007)
 Hardcover: 276 pages
 eBook: PDF, 273 pages, 8.9 MB
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 9814293547
 ISBN13: 9789814293549
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Book Description
The International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is a competition for high school students. China has taken part in IMO twenty times since 1985 and has won the top ranking for countries thirteen times, with a multitude of golds for individual students. The 6 students China sent every year were selected from 20 to 30 students among approximately 130 students who take part in the China Mathematical Competition during the winter months.
This book comprises a collection of original problems with solutions that China used to train their Olympiad team in the years from 2003 to 2006.
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