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Which of the following can be counted as a correct solution to the following problem: What is the biggest possible number of kings can be placed on a chessboard in such a way that none of them attack each other?" Feel free to search for how the chess king moves if you do not know how. Next
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How many 7-digits numbers are there such that its digits are in strictly decreasing order? (e.g a number 9764310 is one of such numbers)
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There is a graph G on 100 vertices such that it is possible to delete one of its edges to get two connected components, each of which is a tree. How many edges can G have?
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Let A be the number of integers less than 1000000 such that the sum of their digits is 18, and let B the number of integers less than 1000000 such that the sum of their digits is 36. What is the value of (A - B)?
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Which of the following statements are correct? Don't forget to select all that apply!
Nope, S must be equal to 26
The parity of 1 + 4 + 9 + 16 + 25 + .... + 10000 is the same as the parity of 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + ... + 100 = 5050 which is an even number
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How many zeros does the number 100! end with?
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Which of the statements on the picture are true? Next
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What is the value of the expression on the picture? Next
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Initially the number 7^2022 (=7 x 7 x 7 x 7 x ... x 7 (2022) times) is stored in the memory of a computer. Each minute the number in the memory is replaced by the sum of its digits. After 30 minutes, which number will the computer have in its memory?
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Among the statements below select those that are true:
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Please have a look at "Two in one: Maths for IT and discrete maths" course. It seems like the best fit for you. Click here.
Do not worry about the result, it is all fine. We just want to find you a suitable course. The courses #3A,#3B and #3C seem to be too hard for you, therefore we suggest you look at "Two in one: Maths for IT and discrete maths" (course #3). If you did not do the previous quiz well enough, then actually you might even need to do "Basic Olympiad Ideas" course. Check the content of the courses and make your final decision.
Please have a look at "Two in one: Maths for IT and discrete maths" course. It seems like the best fit for you. Click here.
Do not worry about the result, it is all fine. We just want to find you a suitable course. The courses #3A,#3B and #3C seem to be too hard for you, therefore we suggest you look at "Two in one: Maths for IT and discrete maths". This is the course#2.
Please have a look at courses #3A, #3B, #3C. We recommend you do courses #3A and #3C at least. As for #3B ("Diving in Geometry") -- take it if you have less than a year of experience with geometry.