Amazonians students represent Brazil in Mathematics international tournament, in RussiaThe group of students is Parintins, the Full-Time Education Center / Ceti Mr Gláucio Gonçalves.
Next week, between the days 4 e 11 July, a delegation of students of Time Education Center Integral / Ceti Mr Gláucio Gonçalves, located in the city of Parintins (distant 369 km from Manaus) represent Brazil at the 8th International Tournament of Young Mathematicians (8th International Tournament of Young Mathematicians-ITYM) to be held in St. Petersburg, in Russia.
Students were enabled to participate in the tournament for performance account the International Mathematical Olympiad Without Borders. In this competition the Ceti Parintins stood out by winning three gold medals. To represent Brazil in the World Tournament, in St. Petersburg, the Amazon school played the position with other 90 the country teaching units, It is the outstanding institution.
In Russia, the 8th International Tournament of Young Mathematicians (ITYM) It will be held at St. Petersburg University. The educational event, with the participation of students from all continents, It has the support of the Ecole Polytechnique(France), da Université Paris Sud (France), da Belarusian State University (Belarus), da Jacobs University (Germany), among other institutions.
Will participate in the tournament, in St. Petersburg, Amazonians students: jailson Amazon, Erik Hatchwell, Aline Maia, Hans Lucas Moura, Renan Oliveira, Denyson Reinaldo Xisto, Stephanie Caroline and Rafaela Dias Almeida.
Mathematics teacher of Ceti Parintins, which must accompany students, Christian Tavares, It reported that the experience will make a difference to the educational training of students. "The level of this tournament is very advanced and will be a learning experience that will mark the trajectory of students. Interaction with students from around the world will also be a highly relevant factor for the formation of these young people ", He mentioned the teacher.
The International Tournament of Young Mathematicians (International Tournament of Young Mathematicians) It is a competition for teams, directed at high school students.
Competition issues are published several months in advance and has no known solution. Students are responsible for resolving 62 available issues, sending the response within determined by the tournament organization, no case, day 30 of June. Between the 62 questions, six will be drawn during the tournament and participating students present their results in discussion rounds, defend your result.