Schedule of battles of the 11th Kiev tournament of mathematical battles named after Lesya Rublev

Schedule of fights of the 11th Kyiv tournament
mathematical battles named after Lesya Rublev

We have two fundamental points regarding the participation of teams in the tournament of mathematical battles and accordingly – the division of the team in the leagues. This applies to the youngest and youngest leagues. So everything is in order.

In the youngest league participated at once 2 teams technical lyceum, which took respectively one team – 10 place, the other team – divided 14-18 places among 21 teams. Unfortunately, the representative of the Technical Lyceum at the meeting did not correctly provide information and both teams were excluded from the tournament. In fact, the best team wanted to take part in the tournament. I believe that children should not suffer from such inappropriateness.

In the junior league, the team of the School No. 85 expressed its desire to participate in the tournament. Their representative was not present at the teachers' meeting, as they had not yet figured out that the teacher could not necessarily take part in this meeting, but maybe just an adult who would represent the interests of the team. Since they are debutants, I think they can forgive it.

In the youngest league, everything is decided by agreement – since the teams become an odd number, the last two teams form a national team. It is formed by the teams of Gymnasium No. 178-1 and Rusanivskyi Lyceum-2.

In the junior league, when you add a U.S. Team No. 85, it's not that easy to change. They showed the same result with the team of Gymnasium No. 178. In the planned division, these teams fall into different leagues, which violates the sports principle. But all other divisions face similar problems. Therefore, I propose a fundamentally different division into groups. Details after the following distribution.

League splitting (project)

The youngest league (grades 6-7) – 18 teams

 Group A Group B Group V Lyceum "Leader"-1 Lyceum "Holosiivskyi" Gymnasium No178-2 Lyceum "Leader"-4 PL NTUU "KPI" Lyceum "Scientific Change"-1 Lyceum No 208-1 Lyceum "Leader"-2 School No 132 Lyceum "Leader"-3 Technical Lyceum-2 Rusanovsky face-1 School No 52 Lyceum No 208-2 Lyceum "Scientific Change"-2 Lyceum "Leader"-5 Rusanovsky face-3 No178–1 + RL–2

The teams play 3 rounds in each group, while we will look for an opportunity to conduct the 4th round. There are options for this – the end of December, January, February or even March. I hope that the participants of this league will hold the 4th round with pleasure.

Junior League (8 classes)

 Group A Group B-1 Group B-2 Lyceum "Leader"-1 Aerospace Lyceum School No 250 PNL No 145-1 Gymnasium No 178 Lyceum "Podil" PNL No 145-2 School No 85 + School No 17 School No 52 Rusanovsky Face Lyceum "Holosiivskyi" Technical Lyceum Lyceum "Scientific Change" Lyceum "Leader"-2

The competitions in Group A will take place according to a scheme similar to for all groups of 6 teams. 3 rounds with the desire to conduct the 4th. Group B will have 3 rounds within each subgroup – the first and the second. If possible, to conduct the 4th round – it will be decisive, they will play matching places in the subgroups – the first with the first, the second with the second…

Middle league (9 classes)

 Group A Group B Lyceum "Leader"-1 UFML Rusanovsky Face PNL No145-2 PNL No145-1 Gymnasium No 178 Lyceum "Leader"-2 TL+ PL NTUU "KPI"

The teams play 3 rounds in each group, while we will look for an opportunity to conduct the 4th round. If possible, to hold another round – it will be either meetings of 1-2 places and 3-4, or we will hold some other competition, like Zanzibar.

 Group A Group B Lyceum "Leader"-3 Lyceum "Holosiivskyi" Lyceum "Leader"-1 School No 132+Kremenchuk PNL No145 PL NTUU "KPI" Lyceum "Leader"-4 Rusanovsky face-2 Lyceum "Leader"-2 Gymnasium No 178-1 UFML-1 Lyceum "Scientific Change"

The teams play 3 rounds in each group, while we will look for an opportunity to conduct the 4th round.

Competition schedule

The youngest league (grades 6-7) – 18 teams

 Group "A" 1 2 3 4 5 6 At M Leader-1 Xxx Leader-4 Xxx № 208-1 Xxx Leader-3 Xxx School No 52 Xxx Leader-5 Xxx
 Group B 1 2 3 4 5 6 At M GL Xxx PL Xxx Leader-2 Xxx Tl Xxx № 208–2 Xxx RL–3 Xxx
 Group "In" 1 2 3 4 5 6 At M № 178-2 Xxx NZ-1 Xxx School No 132 Xxx RL–1 Xxx NZ-2 Xxx 178+RL Xxx

Junior League (8 classes) – 14 teams

 Group "A" 1 2 3 4 5 6 At M Leader-1 Xxx № 145–1 Xxx № 145–2 Xxx RL Xxx Nt Xxx Leader-2 Xxx
 Group B-1 1 2 3 4 At M Al Xxx № 178 Xxx № 85+17 Xxx GL Xxx
 Group B-2 1 2 3 4 At M School No 250 Xxx Division Xxx School No 52 Xxx Tl Xxx
 Group A Group B-1 Group B-2 1st round Leader-1 – No. 145-1 AL – No 178 School No 250 – Podil No 145–2 – RL No 85+17 – G School Number 52- TL NZ – Leader-2 Round 2 Leader-1 – No. 145-2 AL – No 85+17 School No 250 – School No 52 RL – NZ No 178 – GL Podil- TL No. 145–1 – Leader–2 Round 3 Leader-1 – NZ AL – G School No 250 – TL № 145–1 – № 145–2 № 178 – № 85+17 Podil – School No 52 RL – Leader-2 4th round (optional) Leader-1 – Leader-2 1st place (1) – 1st place (2) 3rd place (1) – 3rd place (2) No 145–1 – RL 2nd place (1) – 2nd place (2) 4th place (1) – 4th place (2) No 145-2 – NZ

Average league (9 classes) – 8 teams

 Group "A" 1 2 3 4 At M Leader-1 Xxx RL Xxx № 145–1 Xxx Leader-2 Xxx
 Group B 1 2 3 4 At M UFML Xxx № 145–2 Xxx № 178 Xxx TL+ PL Xxx
 Group A Group B 1st round Leader-1 – RL UFML – No 145–2 No. 145–1 – Leader–2 No. 178 – TL+ TL. Round 2 Leader-1 – No. 145-1 UFML – No 178 RL – Leader-2 No. 145-2 – TL+ PL. Round 3 Leader-1 – Leader-2 UFML – TL+ PL. RL – No. 145–1 № 145–2 – № 178 4th round (optional) 1st place – 2nd place 1st place – 2nd place 3rd place – 4th place 3rd place – 4th place

Senior League (Grades 10-11) – 12 teams