Kettering Mathematics Olympiad
Saturday, Nov 22nd, 2014.


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**Registration for 2014 Olympiad is now available**

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The Kettering Mathematics Olympiad is a competition designed to identify and encourage students with interests and abilities in mathematics. This will be Kettering University's 14th Mathematics Olympiad. Our goal is to develop the Olympiad into one of the most prestigious mathematical competitions in the region. The examination is designed for students in grades 9 through 12. However, any student working towards a high school degree who is currently enrolled in a public school, private school or a home-school program can sit for the examination.

The competition consists of six challenging problems and has a time limit of four hours. The problems range from "mind-benders" that require little mathematical skills to problems that require the knowledge of geometry, trigonometry and beginning calculus. No calculators are permitted for this competition.

Previous competitions have been held exclusively on the Kettering University campus in Flint, MI. We are please to announce that this year our competition will also be held at Kettering Fairmont High School in Kettering, OH, as well as at the Kettering University campus in Flint, MI. Kettering University, the city of Kettering, and the high school were named in honor of the same person - Charles "Boss" Kettering; hence the extension of the examination to Kettering, OH seemed like a natural. Note that the same examination will be given in both locations at the same time - Same challenging exam, two great locations. Please see the left panel for registration information, prizes, copies and solutions of old examinations.

For additional information, please contact
Dr. Ruben Hayrapetyan or Dr. Joe Salacuse.

This page is created and maintained by
Dr. Ada Cheng


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