# IOQM Discussion

Hello guys I am a beginner at this site, do not know much about it but plan to start something... This discussion is mainly for the IOQM/PRMO held in India. However, anyone who wants to practice good Maths questions, you are welcome! Edit: IOQ instead of PRMO. The rules are:

Post problems related to Maths

Don't post repeated problems(I mean if someone has posted it already, don't post again).

Past year problems are also welcome.

Don't post comments not related to any problem. (U can only stuff as It has some fault or something, which is very rare, and answers and thoughts on the questions, do share pictures of working and graphing in some questions)

If you are not posting a problem yourself, and find a good problem in the Community(old or new), please post it here.

If you are learning any new concept, do share it with us!

Let's together learn Maths...

Sorry That I cannot make the bullets... And only out of the community consent shall I post the pre rmo previous year's papers Although I am a beginner but it is never too late to start anything. Thanks and regards, Happy Mathing...

Note by Dibyojyoti Bhattacharjee
8 months, 2 weeks ago

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You basically copied all the rules of @Vinayak Srivastava lol

- 8 months, 2 weeks ago

I didn't copy and I am a beginner, so did not know any rules that is why I posted but copied the rules, sorry for that, but what is your opinion of this? @Percy Jackson

- 8 months, 2 weeks ago

Oh, i wasn't meaning to be mean or anything, just pointed it out. I'm not Indian see, so I don't know 'bout these exams. You can take more help from the guy I just mentioned though, Vinayak also made a discussion, and there are all sorts of stuff there. Aryan, Siddharth and Mahdi are Indians I guess, so they can help you most.

- 8 months, 2 weeks ago

- 8 months, 2 weeks ago

Thnx :)

- 8 months, 2 weeks ago

No problem bro.

- 8 months, 2 weeks ago