# UQ/QAMT Problem Solving Competition

The **2023 Problem Solving Competition** will again be held near Pi day, with schools in Queensland to run the competition on **Friday, March 17th**.

Schools can register for the competition through QAMT in early 2023.

#### 2022 Results

#### About the Competition

The annual UQ/QAMT Problem Solving Competition is open to all students of secondary schools in Queensland. The entry fee is only $5 and there are plenty of prizes for the winners! Students enter through their schools.

There are three competition papers, one each for Years 7 and 8, Years 9 and 10, and Years 11 and 12. All of the papers are are two hours long. The papers consist of questions which require an answer but working should also be shown. The problems do not usually require any greater knowledge than that possessed by good students but will need a certain amount of ingenuity and thought for their solution. You will need your own paper (10 sheets should be sufficient). Non-CAS calculators may be used.

Winners will be announced in Term 2. Prizes and certificates will be awarded by the judges.

#### National Mathematics Summer School

The Year 11 results are taken heavily into consideration in the choice of Queensland students to be offered places in the National Mathematics Summer School, held in Canberra each January.

#### Sponsors

The Competition is organised by QAMT and the UQ School of Mathematics & Physics.

The Competition is proudly sponsored by