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Ontario Mathematics Olympiad
The Ontario Mathematics Olympiad, (OMO) is a fun, challenging mathematics competition for grade seven and grade eight students. It is usually held in the first week of June. The students are required to solve questions based on the grade seven and grade eight Ontario mathematics curriculum. Some questions are to be answered individually while other questions require a team approach. Students must demonstrate their understanding of the mathematical concepts and their ability to solve problems and to communicate their knowledge in various applied situations.
The host community also arranges various social activities, which give the students a taste of the local culture and traditions of the area. It is an educational experience that students remember for many years.
Visit OMO2014 website for more details (more details...)
OMO 2009 Math Performances
For the first time, the Ontario Math Olympics included a new component - Math Performances. Each team contributed an artistic math performance or interview with a math concept. Some of the poems that were created were set to music and performed on Friday night. Check out the link below to view the results! Great work teams!
View Math Performances now
OMO Sample Questions
Click here to download OMO 2006 files - questions and answers, challenges, Sierpinski project (ZIP file)
Click here to view a Movie Wrap-Up of the OMO 2005 (10MB file - please be patient while it loads)
- Prep Materials from the NOMA regional playdown (2005).
- Magic Squares
- Perfect Metric Time
- The Missing Number
- Alice in Wonderland
- Bachet 17th Century France
Download a zip file of sample questions from previous years here ...