Problem Collection for Poland
History and SystemMathematical competitions in Poland have been held since 1949. The main competition is the national olympiad, held in three rounds. The first round is a take-home set of problems, and consists of three parts, four problems for one month each. The more successful contestants (a half of the problems are usually enough) are invited to the second round, held in an IMO format in March. Those who do the second round well participate at the third (final) round in April, which is also held in an IMO format.
Poland at International CompetitionsPoland has participated at IMO and at Austrian-Polish MC since their foundations 1959 and 1978, respectively. In the recent history, the best success of the Polish team on an IMO was the 13-th place 1996. The IMO team is selected through the national olympiad.
ProblemsThe total number of available problems is 528.
2000 Rounds 1,2,3 (November 12, 2006) 2001 Rounds 1,2,3 (November 12, 2006)
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