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9th Math Galing sa TIP

9th Math Galing sa TIP



This file contains the description, general rules, objectives and mechanics of the game.

This file contains the description, general rules, objectives and mechanics of the game.



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    • 9th MATH GALING SA TIP DESCRIPTION, GENERAL RULES, OBJECTIVES& MECHANICS OF THE GAMEOBJECTIVES  To showcase the student’s ability to solve mathematical problems.  To establish the spirit of camaraderie among the participants by means of a friendly competition.  To encourage students to aspire for academic growth.DESCRIPTION AND GENERAL RULES In recognition to the importance of mathematics in all sciences, technology and in thegeneral education of young people and with aim of enhancing the mathematical skills amongthem, MaPS has organized this annual competition for high school students.  Each participating school shall send a delegation of one official contestant and one alternate to be accompanied by a teacher-coach. The contestants shall be bonafide 4th year graduating high school students of national or technical secondary schools i.e. schools that are not considered technical colleges.  Participating schools are allowed to bring other student-spectators aside from the contestants provided the list of names of additional students is forwarded to the TIP- Manila Admission & Marketing Office or Math & Physics Department prior the scheduled date.  Contestants and student-spectators shall wear their proper and complete school uniform and I.D.. Freebies during the contest will only be available to the contestant, alternate, and teacher-coach.MECHANICS OF THE GAME  The quiz show consists of topics in Geometry, Statistics, Algebra, Trigonometry, Probability, and Calculus.  The contest will be divided into two (2) rounds: The Elimination round and the Final round.  The Elimination round will be a written problem solving. The examination shall be taken by the official contestant and alternate individually.  The Final rounds will be conducted in an oral format. The team shall be represented by the official contestant only.
    •  The quiz show’s final round will have three rounds: Easy, Average, and Difficult. There are ten questions for each round.  The point and the time limit for each round of questions shall be announced before the round starts.  In case of a tie, the team with the most number of correct answers in the difficult round shall be announced winners; if there is still a tie, the number of most correct answers in the average round will be announced winners; if in case there is still a tie, the match shall go to a sudden death format among the contestants concerned. The first to answer the question correctly shall be declared winner of the tie.  Only participants and their respective coaches shall be allowed to file a protest.  Protest regarding the question should be raised before the next question is asked. The judge’s decision is final and unappealable.  Participants are allowed to bring one non-programmable calculator. The organizer will provide answer sheets, scratch paper and pens for the participants.ELIMINATION ROUND  The elimination round shall be in the form of an individual written problem solving of a set of given questions.  Each question shall be given a predetermined number of points corresponding to its level of difficulty.  The contestants shall be given 1 hour to answer the questions.  Each contestant must write his/her final answer in the answer sheet provided. Unless otherwise stated, all answers must be in simplest form.  The following cases will be considered as incorrect answer. An answer not in simplest form (unless otherwise stated) An answer without the correct units or with incorrect units (even with correct values)  Misbehavior of a contestant during the elimination, as determined by the proctors, is sufficient condition for the disqualification of the contestant concerned.  No questions shall be entertained during the examination.  A contestant’s score shall be determined by the total points from the correct answer minus half worth of the incorrect answer.  The team points shall be determined by the total points of the two individual participants comprising their team.  The top ten (10) teams with the highest total scores shall advance to the Final round.
    • If a tie exists for the 10th slot, the slot shall go to the team with the most correct percentage, that is, the team with the most number of questions answered correctly, regardless of the points.FINAL ROUND  The contest rules and regulations shall be announced before the contest starts.  Teams who fail to appear on the venue after the formal presentation of the participants shall be announced disqualified.  Thirty (30) questions, divided as easy, average and difficult questions shall be given to the top 13 teams. Ten easy questions worth 3 points each, with 30 seconds allotted time to answer each question shall be given. Scratch papers and calculators are not allowed. Ten average questions worth 5 points each, with 60 seconds allotted time to answer the questions shall be given. Calculators are not allowed. However, scratch papers will be given. Ten difficult questions, each worth 7 points, with 90 seconds allotted time to answer each question shall be given. The use of calculators and scratch papers are allowed.  Questions will be displayed on the projector. The arrangement of the participants’ position during the contest will be determined by their eye condition.  Participants shall write their final answer on the official sheet provided by the Quiz Show Committee and must be raised once the time is up.  For problem solving, the number of decimal places is specified for each question.  If the final answer is word/s or phrase/s, only incorrect spelling, capitalization, and punctuation shall not be considered.  Participants can change their answers only if there is time remaining. The new answer shall be considered their final answers.  Coaching and giving audible of visible signals or answers from the audience will result in the invalidation of the question. Pools of the question are ready for any of these circumstances.  The organizers have the prerogative to modify the rules and regulations of the competition as needed. These changes shall be announced before the contest begins.PRIZES  There will be three winners for the competition, which are as follows: Champion, 1st Runner-up and 2nd Runner-up.  The winners shall receive the following prizes: o Champion - cash prize + certificate + medal st o 1 Runner-up - cash prize + certificate + medal nd o 2 Runner-up - cash prize + certificate + medal  All participants will be given certificate of participation.
    • * The organizers have the prerogative to modify the prizes, rules and regulations ofthe competition as needed.