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Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology ( State University ) with support from Rossotrudnichestvo conducts «Phystech.International» Olympiad in Physics and Mathematics in 2017. Students of 9-11th (10-12th) grades of secondary educational institutions are invited to participate.
General information
Phystech.International Olympiads are aimed at identification and development of talented young people. Participation in the Olympiads gives them a chance to prove themselves in the field of mathematics and physics. For many winners this is an opportunity to be included into the database of promising and talented students, receive diplomas and valuable gifts. And get additional points during the enrollment process at the MIPT.
In order to start solving problems in physics or mathematics, the participant must click “Begin the competition” or “Continue competition” button in the appropriate subject at the event line. These buttons will be available during the online stage. After clicking one of them, the participant will have access to problems and will be able to fill the answer boxes and edit them from 25 September until 1 December 2017. After that all responses will be saved and closed for editing.
Stages of the Olympiad
Olympiad consists of two rounds. First round is a qualifying round and will be conducted online. The second round is final and will be held in person, in the cities of the participating countries, separately for mathematics and physics in two different days. Participation in the competition is free and equal for all contestants.
In order to participate in the final stage of the «Phystech.International» Olympiad participants should become 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade winners during the online stage according to the amount of points they have gained during the competition in each of the subjects. Winners of the final stage of Phystech.International Olympiad in 2016 are invited directly to the final stage of Phystech.International Olympiad in 2017 without the need of participating in the online competition.
According to the scores at the end of the first round a list of countries that hold the final round will be published on the Phystech.International website.
Final stage dates
16 dec 2017 - Mathematics
17 dec 2017 - Physics
This task is for 11th grade pupils! (For 12th grade pupils if contestant is studying according the 12-year educational system)
Attention! These problems may have in the answer box either an integer or a finite decimal fraction answer only. Do not write dimensions in the answer form.
This task is for 11th grade pupils! (For 12th grade pupils if contestant is studying according the 12-year educational system)
Attention! An answer must be given as a finite decimal in the International System of Units (SI) and the numerical error should not exceed 10% unless otherwise stated.
This task is for 10th grade pupils! (For 11th grade pupils if contestant is studying according the 12-year educational system)
Attention! These problems may have in the answer box either an integer or a finite decimal fraction answer only. Do not write dimensions in the answer form.
This task is for 10th grade pupils! (For 11th grade pupils if contestant is studying according the 12-year educational system)
Attention! An answer must be given as a finite decimal in the International System of Units (SI) and the numerical error should not exceed 10% unless otherwise stated.
This task is for 9th grade pupils! (For 10th grade pupils if contestant is studying according the 12-year educational system)
Attention! These problems may have in the answer box either an integer or a finite decimal fraction answer only. Do not write dimensions in the answer form.
This task is for 9th grade pupils! (For 10th grade pupils if contestant is studying according the 12-year educational system)
Attention! An answer must be given as a finite decimal in the International System of Units (SI) and the numerical error should not exceed 10% unless otherwise stated.
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