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International mathematics olympiad launched in Melbourne

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International mathematics olympiad launched in Melbourne


05.10.2018

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International mathematics olympiad started today in Melbourne, Australia, bilingual-online.net informs.The olympiad is held in online in Russian language. Children from 8 to 16 participate in it.

The tournament is organised for the second time by Russian school Orekh (The Nut) from Melbourne. According to organiers, the Olympiad aims two goals: deepen math skills and promote Russian language among Russian kids living abroad.

All those who send requests will receive the test which should be done in three days. Kids can use help of their parents.

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