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Final competitions of the best young mathematicians of Ukraine, results

Final competitions of the best young mathematicians of Ukraine, results

1. Preamble

2. Results of the Final competition

1. Preamble

Today it is difficult to even assess which event is more important – the end of the penultimate competition of the last Olympiad year – "The final competition of the best young mathematicians of Ukraine", in which the 12 best or the first competition of the new Olympiad year took part – "All-Ukrainian Summer Mathematical School – Mathematical Olympus", in which 200 young talents take part.We wish you success to our Summer Mathematical School. The first competition of the year is a business card of our further work, the presentation of our team. I think that our students (and not only students) will not fail!I would also like to wish you the success of the summer school, since this year it is happening online for the first time, I hope that for the last time. Children should not only master the math, which is much harder to do online than live, but also have the opportunity to communicate with peers, lecturers, students, teachers and have good non-mathematical leisure, which was usually quite a lot. In addition, not so long ago, communicating with colleagues who spent a lot of time in spring and summer on online classes, we came to believe that online is possible and provides some security from the virus, and only if children are not further in other crowded places. But we have a question, what threat is more terrible – if someone can get infected with that virus during off-line training, that is, live (not the fact that it is during classes that will happen, but everything is possible), or a total loss of vision by both children and teachers. An hour-long stay near screens, often of questionable quality, will not lead to good. To get a half-blind nation in a year or two of mass online...

2. Results of the Final competition

You can see the sign of the results here:

1st place was taken by Fyodor Yudin (11th grade, Kyiv)

The 2nd place was won by Klimentiy Zolotariov (10th grade, Kharkiv) and Pylaev Ihor (9th grade, Kharkiv).

Oleksii Masalitin (11 kulas, Kyiv), Marko Hasin (11th grade, Kyiv) and Yuriy Gladkov (11th grade, Kharkiv) won 3rd place

Zakhar Naumets (10th grade, Kyiv)

We wish them success in the next mathematical competitions…

Glory to Ukraine!!!

Glory to the heroes!!!

Kateryna

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