Hosted by Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) - one of the world's leading authorities in math
Canada's most influential national math competition series
CLMC is the pre-Assessment Challenge for Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC)
Beneficial for applying STEM majors in top universities
Date: Sep. 28, 2023 (Thur.) 17:00-18:30
The Canada Lynx Mathematical Competition (CLMC) was launched by Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) for students in grades 9-12. This competition was created to foster an interest in mathematics among students regardless of their skill level, to increase student confidence in their math abilities, and to present mathematics as a fun and playful subject to students. It serves as great practice for students with advanced mathematical skills who wish to participate in the prestigious Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge (COMC) that takes place in October each year.
The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) was originally conceived in June 1945 as the Canadian Mathematical Congress. The goal of CMS is to promote and advance the discovery, learning and application of mathematics.
Chinese and English
Sep. 28, 2023 (Thur.) 17:00-18:30 (2hrs 30mins)
Paper-based in partnering school (onlineservice application accepted)
Global Awards (Based on the total participants)
- Gold Award - International
- Silver Award - International
- Bronze Award - International
- Honour Roll - International
- Performance with Distinction
- Performance with Honours
Global Awards (Based on the specic grade)
- Gold Award - International Grade X
- Silver Award - International Grade X
- Bronze Award - International Grade X
- Honour Roll - International Grade X
Includes exam, grading, certificate, proctor fee, one-time online mock test, etc. (ASDAN doesn't provide any trainings)
Sept. 17, 2023
About the Canada Lynx (cat)
Photo: Megan Lorenz/Can Geo Photo Club)
The Canada lynx may look like a slightly larger version of your housecat, but make no mistake, these boreal predators are ferocious! With big eyes and super hearing, Canada lynx are excellent night hunters. But they are not fast runners, so they have to be sneaky when it comes to catching prey. Usually, they find a hiding spot and wait for prey to come near — then they pounce. Some lynx will sit still for hours just to snatch a bite!
The Canada lynx has a short body, small tail and long legs. In winter, it sports a fur coat that is thick, long and grey. In summer, its coat is short, thin and light brown. Canada lynx look like they have wide faces, thanks to long patches of fur that grow out from their cheeks. They are most easily recognized by the black tips of their bobbed (short) tails and the long tufts on their triangle-shaped ears.
The Canada lynx closely resembles its southern forest-dwelling relative, the bobcat, but the truth is in the tail. Lynx tails are completely black-tipped, while bobcat tails have a white ring below the black tip. Canada lynx also have large, thick-furred paws that act like snowshoes, which help them hunt during winter.
Canada lynx live in forested areas throughout Canada, Alaska and parts of the contiguous United States. They make their dens underneath fallen trees, tree stumps, rock ledges or thick bushes. Canada lynx are territorial animals, and males live alone most of the time.
ASDAN EPQ Scholarship
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