Math Kangaroo (also known as International Mathematical Kangaroo, or Kangourou sans frontières in French) is an international mathematical competition where over 90 countries are represented. There are twelve levels of participation, ranging from grade 1 to grade 12. The competition is held annually on the third Thursday of March. According to the organizers, the key competence tested by Mathematical Kangaroo is logical combination, not just pure knowledge of formulas.
The competition was established in 1991 by André Deledicq, a professor of mathematics at the University of Paris 7, and Jean-Pierre Boudine, professor of mathematics at Marseille. The idea comes from the Australian Mathematics Competition, initiated in 1978 by Peter O'Halloran.Discover More
Math Kangaroo Exam Held At Different Schools on 20th April, 2019
Math Kangaroo Competition 2019
Award Ceremony in Ramakrishna Mission, Narendrapur Nagar, Kolkata
Award Ceremony in Shri Krish Interntional school, Chennai
The key competence tested by Mathematical Kangaroo is not just pure knowledge of formulas, but the logical combination of concepts.
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