IS NOW CLOSED
Watch this space for registration information for 2019
to appear around November 2018.
NOTE: Only school contest coordinators may register, and a registration code is necessary to do so, which is mailed and emailed to schools. Contest coordinators who still needing the code: contact the registrar, Derek Krepski.
Parents and students hoping for this opportunity: talk to your school
Home Schoolers see instructions here.
Request listing as mathletics (contest) contact person for your school
(to receive regular updates)
Information about other contests may be found at the main MANITOBA MATHLETICS page. (Note: Dated information on that page is not current.)
Solutions available in English only at this time
2007 Solutions 2007 (F) 2009 (E) 2009 Solutions 2009 (F)
2010 (E) 2010 Solutions 2010 (F)
2011 (E) 2011 Solutions 2011 (F)
2012 (E) 2012 Solutions 2012 (F)
2013 (E) 2013 Solutions 2013 (F)
2014 (E) 2014 Solutions 2014 (F)
2015 (E) 2015 Solutions 2015 (F)
2016 (E) 2016 Solutions 2016 (F)
2017 (E) 2017 Solutions 2017 (F)
2016 (note corrections to method 2 rankings)
Manitoba rank, where where it differs, follows student/school name, in parenthesis
(**) About the team rankings: There is a long tradition of publishing school "team" rankings in math contests, but it is new to the MMC and we invite feedback, suggestions and any concerns from participating schools.
Rankings for ONLY the top group of perhaps 5 schools will be published here. Each school's rank is reported to them privately along with student scores.
There are two standard approaches to ranking teams. Both are being used on a trial basis. They are as follows:
1. The top 3 scores from each school are added to form a "team score". If fewer than 3 students write, "phantom" scores of 0 can be included to make up a "top 3" total (conceivably a school with two very high-scoring students may achieve a high ranking relative to schools having a team of 3 in which only one achieves a high score) or alternatively such teams may be left unranked.
2. The second method is used in some university competitions: Only schools in which at least 3 students participate are ranked. The ranks of the top three students from each such school are added, and schools ranked according to these sums (the lowest sum corresponds to the top rank, etc.). Ties may be broken by consideration of 4th place students in each school, etc.