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Last-modified: February 20, 1998
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           International Mathematics Olympiad and Other Competitions
   From the IMO home page:
   The International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) is an annual mathematics
   competition for highschool students. It is one of the International
   Science Olympiads. The first IMO was held in Romania in 1959. The
   usual size of an official delegation to an IMO is (a maximum of) six
   student competitors and (a maximum of) two leaders. There is no
   official ``team''. The student competitors write two papers, on
   consecutive days, each paper consisting of three questions. Each
   question is worth seven marks.
   You can check results and other info at
Alex Lopez-Ortiz                                                      Assistant Professor	
Faculty of Computer Science                  University of New Brunswick

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