Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI), a premiere center for research and education in Mathematical Sciences, is organizing a nationwide (India) Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science Contest, the **S.T.E.M.S**, as a part of the college fest Tessellate.

The Olympiads will be held in the beginning of January. Registrations are open: Link

By participating in S.T.E.M.S, you get to show off your Mathematics/Physics/Computer Science skills at a national level. And have the chance to attend a Science Camp at CMI, where you'd meet some of the finest mathematicians and physicists in the country, not to mention the gifts.

The camp will feature some of the best Mathematicians, Physicists and Computer Scientists from some of the best research institutes in India, like CMI, ISI Bangalore, IMSc, IISc and the IIT's, etc. (The complete list of speakers shall be uploaded soon.) CMI shall provide travel fare, food and accomodation for the selected participants. Students from all age groups will have fair representation. It promises to be a great opportunity for the students to interact with CMI-ites and get an insight about college mathematics and college life(probably in that order, though). The camp shall also feature student talks from students of the aforementioned institutes. They shall also receive certificates signed by some of the best mathematicians of the country, books and other prizes. The top 100 participants shall receive certificates of participation.

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TopNewestWill not the answer to the mcq no.10(school category) be 46. I have done it in the following way. For first digit of "a" or "b" we have 8 choices,for second digit 2 choices,third is 0(only one choice) ,fourth digit has 3 choices. So total possible cases are 48 out of which ''a'' and '''b'' are becoming 0 two times and these must be eliminated(because they are natural numbers). So, required cases are 46. Please let me know where I am making an error.

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This is what the Math Team said:

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the answer to is 48

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Which paper are you talking about? Math? CS? Physics?

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Maths(school category)

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When will the results of stems be announced and where should we check them?

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They should be announced by the end of this month. If you are selected, you will be contacted via email. Also keep an eye on Tessellate's Facebook Page

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Could you share some sample questions.

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Sure. Check out brilliant.org/STEMS/

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It's showing 404 error . Page not found

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Shall we submit the solutions of both subjective and MCQ questions or the solutions of subjective questions only?

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You just have to produce the correct response for the MCQ problems, and write a detailed solution for the subjective problems.

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Excuse me Agnishom. How will we receive the question papers ?? Where will they be uploaded?? And can we send the photos of solutions to the subjective answers ??

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You will receive the Question papers via email. Yes, that is how the exam shall be conducted.

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Ok Thanks! Just one other thing....It isn't mentioned in the rules whether there will be negative marking or not. So will there be??

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Thanks for the information. Are you participating in it?? Which class are you in??

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I am not supposed to participate. I am an Undergraduate student in CMI.

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Ohh. Still, Thanks for the info.!!

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