CEMC Euclid contest (Grade 12) at Leaside Campus
CEMC - Euclid Contest
by University of Waterloo
Grades 12 - $10
The Euclid Mathematics Contest is an opportunity for students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem-solving ability. Most of the problems are based on the mathematical curriculum up to and including the final year of secondary school. Motivated students in lower grades are also welcomed to participate. The paper may include questions based on the topic listed below: • Euclidean and analytic geometry • Trigonometry, including functions, graphs, identities, sine and cosine laws • Exponential and logarithmic functions • Functional notation • Systems of equations • Polynomials, including relationships involving the roots of quadratic and cubic equations, the remainder theorem • Sequences and series • Simple counting problems. The contest is 2 ½ hours in length, consists of 10 questions, each worth 10, for a total of 100. Questions are divided into answers only and full solutions parts. Contestants are reminded that marks for the full solution questions are assigned for form and style of presentation, as well as for answers. A poorly presented solution will not receive full marks. The contest is scheduled on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 in the morning, so the contestants will require to miss part of the school day. Most Calculators are permitted in the contest.
My child's day school also offer this contest, who should I register with?
You have to register with your school.
I don't yet know whether my child's day school offers this contest or not. Can I register now and ask for a refund later if his/her day school does offer?
Unfortunately, the registration fee is non-refundable. However, your child may only write the contest ONCE.
Can I sign my child up for contests that are above their current grade school grade level?
Yes. However, you cannot sign up for lower grade contests.
Are calculators permitted?
Most calculators are permitted with restrictions (
Where can I get more information about this contest?
How should my child prepare for this contest?
There are many recommendations for preparation posted on the CEMC website, please visit:
You may also find previous contests from this website provided below:
You are encouraged to go through as many sample questions as possible, and if you have any question, you should ask your teacher before or after class or by email.
Who can I contact if I have any questions?
Please contact the Campus Director at your campus or email email@example.com if you have questions.
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