Living Maths Olympiad
The only international Maths Olympiad for Grade R to Grade 9.
Riddle of the Day39. I decide to put away a giant's board games. The colours of the board games are blue, brown, green, orange, purple, red, and yellow. 1. Purple is somewhere to the left of green. 2. Red is Next to blue. 3. Brown is 3 away from blue. (in other words there are two colours between) 4. Yellow is 2 away from red. 5. Blue is in the middle. 6. Orange is directly between yellow and purple Can you work out the order of the colours of the board games?
What’s News ?
The Preliminary results for the South African Schools that took part in the Living Maths Olympiad are now out. Please take a look at the names and double check our spelling for the schools and the students. We would like corrections by 10pm on Tuesday the 20th of November as we will then begin the printing of the certificates. Please note that the names are not in prize order! The names are listed per school first. There is an individuals category and a pairs category.
In November I will be interviewing Prof Mike Bruton, Scientist and Author! We will be talking about South African inventions and a whole bunch of other exciting topics! Details will be posted soon.
PHOTOS from SPACE TOUR 2018 can now be found on http://www.livingmaths.com/living-maths-space-tour/
There are no upcoming interviews planned, but stay tuned!