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Pan-Asia International School, Bangkok, is hosting a mathematics competition for primary grade 4-5 and secondary grade 6-8 school students in its auditorium, which will take place on Wednesday, February 12 2014, starting at 8:00 with registration. The competition called MATH CHALLENGE III aims to encourage students to study and excel in math and critical thinking. The overall objective of this competition is to improve general mathematical problem-solving skills of students. The language of the competition will be English. The competition will be open to all students from international, bilingual, English and Thai program schools. Every respected school joining the Challenge may select up to 2 teams on each grade level. Teams are formed by 3 competitors and the total score that they earn in the first round will determine the 4 winning teams to compete on stage for the final round. We hope students will walk away excited about math and thinking about how they can apply it in their future studies. For your information, Pan-Asia International School is located near the famous Rama 9 garden, just 3 km away from the new Airport Link and 10 km away from Suvarnabhumi airport. The schools curricula for core subjects (English, science, mathematics, social studies) are based on American standards and content. Pan-Asia International School is a WASC accredited, IB authorized school. Best wishes to all mathematics coaches, and dear students. Heres hoping the love of Mathematics will spread throughout our young generation and inspire them to think critically and scientifically. Hope to see you on the day of Math Challenge III. Warm Regards, Mustafa Balci Math Challenge Coordinator

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1. Objectives: 1. Encourage Grade 4 Grade 8 students to strive for excellence in mathematics. 2. Improve mathematical problem-solving skills of gifted students. 3. Continued professional development efforts should be maximized to improve the skills level of current mathematics teachers. 2. Topic coverage Number Sense and Operations Expressions and Equations Geometry Ratio and Proportion Data Analysis and Probability Detailed topics for each grade level are attached to the end of this document as an attachment. Please review them carefully. Should you have any inquiries, please send an e-mail to

mathchallenge@pais.ac.th

3. Qualification 3.1. Contestants must currently be enrolled in the following classes; American Curriculum Schools :: Grade 4-8 British Curriculum Schools :: Year 5-9 Thai Curriculum (English Program , Bilingual System ) :: Prathom 4-6 and Matthayom 1-2

EQUIVALENCE CHART

AGE 9 Years 10 Years 11 Years 12 Years 13 Years AMERICAN SYSTEM Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 THAI SYSTEM Prathom 4 Prathom 5 Prathom 6 Matthayom 1 Matthayom 2 BRITISH SYSTEM Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9

3.2. Application form will be available on the web page www.pais.ac.th/mathchallenge after January 1, 2014.

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How to join 4.1 Coach/trainer should choose 3 students from each grade level. Every school may join each grade level competitions with no more than 2 teams. 4.2 Fill the registration form at www.pais.ac.th/mathchallenge which will be available after January 1, 2014. 4.3 Pay the registration fee of 1000 Baht per team. The payment covers cash prizes, medals, trophies, certificates, and food (breakfast, snacks and lunch). 4.4 Payment should be made via bank transfer in favor of Pan-Asia International School. Please use the attached Bill Payment Slip, fill in your school name only. One payment for the whole school ( all teams ) will be sufficient, no need to fill the slip for every single team separately. E-mail or fax your receipt to us after payment (for confirmation). 4.5 Deadline for submission of completed forms is January 31, 2014.

5. Scheduling and competition round: 5.1Deadline of submission of entry: January 31, 2014 5.2 Competition held on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 09:00 Time 08:00 08:45 09:00 10:00 10:00 11:00 Activity Registration First Round Math Exhibition Snack & Coffee Time 11:00 11:30 11:30 13:30 13:30 - 14:00 Activity LUNCH Final Round Awarding Ceremony

5.1 Elimination round ( First Round ) - Paper + pencil test of 4 multiple choices -Teams score will be calculated by the sum of individual team members scores and 4 winning teams will be selected for each grade level to compete for the final round. 5.2 Final round - Will be held on stageas a real-time competition betweenthe 4 leading teams - 20 min is allocated for each grade level competition. - In case of a tie between the teams, there will be one tie-breaker question with specified time limits. - If there is still a tie afterwards, there will be one more tie-breaker question but this time the fastest replying team will be the winner.

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6. Reminders for coaches/trainers 6.1. Prepare your contestants for the competition according to the topics attached to this letter. 6.2. Contestants should arrive at the test venue at least 30 minutes prior to the test time.

7. Reminders for students: 7.1. Arrive at the test venue 30 minutes before your test time. 7.2. Bring two (2) extra pencils and an eraser. 7.3. Bring your VALID SCHOOL ID. 7.4. Be in your SCHOOL UNIFORM for the duration ofthe competition. 7.5. Bags, food, cell-phones, PSPs, I-pads, and other electronic gadgets are not allowed inside the test room. 7.6. You may bring a pencil case and watch into the testing room. 7.7. The exam will start on time. Late-comers will be accommodated, but will not be given extra time to finish the exam. 7.8. Visits to the restroom should be done before the exam. Students will not be allowed to go out of the testing room during the contest.

8. Prizes Position Gold medal Silver medal Bronze Honorable mention ***** Appendix :

***** 1. Contest Topics for Each Grade Level ***** 2. Bill Payment Slip ( Pdf file )

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Grade 4 : 4.1 Place Value, Addition, Subtraction ; Multiplication and Division 4.2 Factors and Multiples 4.2 Decimals Place Value of whole numbers ; Comparing and ordering numbers Addition and subtraction in whole numbers Multiply whole numbers by 1 or 2 digit numbers Divide whole numbers by 1 or 2 digit numbers Factors and Multiples of whole numbers; Prime and Composite numbers Divisibility rules Add and subtract decimals ; place value of decimals ; Multiply decimals and whole numbers , and 2 decimals; Estimate quotients and divide decimals by whole numbers; Mixed decimal operations Equivalent fractions ; Simplest form ; common denominators Comparing and Ordering fractions Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators Multiply fractions by whole numbers Angles, Parallel and Perpendicular lines, Lines of Symmetry Finding an unknown angle in a figure ( on a line or a triangle )

4.3 Fractions

Grade 5 : 5.1 Place Value, Addition, Subtraction ; Multiplication and Division; Expressions 5.2 Decimals Place Value of whole numbers ; Powers of 10 and exponents; Comparing and ordering numbers ; Addition and subtraction in whole numbers Multiply whole numbers by 1 or 2 digit numbers Divide whole numbers by 1 or 2 digit numbers Evaluate numerical expressions Add and subtract decimals ; place value of decimals Multiply decimals and whole numbers , and 2 decimals Estimate quotients and divide decimals by whole numbers Mixed decimal operations Add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators Add and subtract Mixed Numbers; Multiply fractions by whole numbers, fractions by fractions and mixed numbers; Divide fractions with whole numbers; Comparing and Ordering fractions Line Plots, Ordered pairs ; Graphing data and line graphs Area of Rectangles, and squares Unit Cubes and Volume of solid figures like rectangular prisms

5.3 Fractions

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Grade 6 : 6.1 Operations and Properties 6.2 Introduction to Algebra 6.3 Fractions and Decimals 6.4 Number Theory 6.5 Data Collection and Analysis 6.6 Ratio 6.7 Measurement and Geometry Estimating with whole numbers; Divide multi digit whole numbers Exponents; Order of Operations Variables and Expressions First degree equations and their solutions Operations in Fractions and Decimals ; Mixed Numbers ; Solving fraction and decimal equations ; Comparing and Ordering fractions Factors, Prime factorization; G.C.F and L.C.M Mean, Median, Mode and Range ;Variation Frequency Tables, Histograms, Box-and-Whisker Plots Ratio, Proportion, Decimals and Percents Area of Rectangles, Parallelograms, Triangles and Trapezoids Volume of Prisms, and Surface Area

Grade 7: 7.1 Operations and Properties & Introduction to Algebra 7.2 Integers and Rational Numbers, Decimals and Percent Order of Operations including exponents , Properties of Numbers Variables and Expressions; Solving first degree equations with variables on both sides. Operations in Integers, Solving equations containing integers Equivalent fractions and ordering rational numbers 4 Operations in fractions with like , unlike and mixed numbers and in decimals; Solving equations containing fractions Percent of Change ; Simple Interest Ratio, Proportion; Similarity of triangles and polygons Scale drawings, map scale The Coordinate Plane ; Interpreting Graphs ; Slopes and rate of Change Direct Variation Mean, Median, Mode and Range ,Box-and-Whisker Plots, Frequency Tables, Histograms Angles, Line and Angle relationship, Angles in Polygons Area of Rectangles, Parallelograms, Triangles and Trapezoids Area and Circumference of Circles Volume and Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders Use nets to build prisms and cylinders Sample Space Finding Probability of Dependent and Independent Events Permutation, Combination

7.3 Ratio and Proportion 7.4 Graphs 7.5 Data Collection and Analysis 7.6 Measurement and Geometry

7.7 Probability

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Grade 8: 8.1 Rational Numbers 8.2 Graphs and Functions 8.3 Exponents and Roots 4 Operations in Rational numbers with like , unlike denominators Solving first degree equations with rational numbers and expressions The Coordinate Plane ; Interpreting Graphs ; Slopes and rate of Change Graph of Linear Functions Integer Exponents, Properties of Exponents, Operating with Scientific Notation Squares and Square roots; Estimating square roots The real numbers and identifying irrational numbers The Pythagorean Theorem and its converse ; Finding distance on the coordinate plane Ratio, rates and unit rates; Solving proportions Similar figures; Dilations Angles, Line and Angle relationship in parallel and perpendicular lines, exterior angles in Polygons, similarity and congruence transformations, combined transformations Perimeter and Area , and Pi Area and Circumference of Circles Volume and Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders Volume of Pyramids and Cones; Spheres Simplifying algebraic expressions Solving equations including variables on both sides, fractional expressions, distributive property Systems of equations of first degree Slope of a line, slope-intercept form of equations Solving systems of equations by Graphing

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