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The first Benelux Mathematical Olympiad (or BxMO) took place in Bergen op Zoom in May 2009. The competition consisted of a single four-and-half-hour-paper of four problems, three of which were easy IMO shortlist problems. As at the International Mathematical Olympiad, half of the contestants are awarded a bronze, silver, or gold medals in the ratio 3:2:1. The second Benelux Mathematical Olympiad took place from 23rd to 25th April 2010 in Amsterdam. Teams from Slovenia, Switzerland, and Spain also took part in that competition. The third Benelux Mathematical Olympiad took place from 6th to 8th May 2011 in Luxembourg; the fourth edition took place in Belgium, from 20th to 22nd April 2012, and the fifth edition took place in the Netherlands, from 26th to 28th April 2013. The sixth edition is to took place in Bruges (Belgium) from 2nd to 4th May 2014. The seventh edition took place in Luxembourg from 8th to 10th May 2015. The 2016 edition took place in Soest.
Luxembourg participates in the Benelux Mathematical Olympiad with a team of ten contestants selected on the basis of their performance in the semi-final of the Olympiade Mathématique Belge and the American Invitational Mathematics Examination, which high-scoring students of the Midi and Maxi age groups are invited to take part in.

The Third Benelux Mathematical Olympiad took place in Luxembourg from 6th to 8th May 2011. The teams arrived in the afternoon of Friday, 6th May and the Olympiad ended in the afternoon of Sunday, 8th May.
The paper was sat on Saturday morning in the annexe of the Lycée Classique de Diekirch in Mersch, where one of the Ersatz-IMOs took place in 1980. Teams lodged in the youth hostel in Eisenborn.

The results of the competition are now available. The medal breakdown per country was as follows: Belgium - 1G, 1S, 2B, 3H, Netherlands - 2G, 4S, 3B, 0H, Luxembourg - 0G, 2S, 0B, 3H. Click here to get individual results and statistics.

The problems and solutions are now available. Please choose among the links below.

Problems (English), Problems (French), Problems (Dutch), Solutions (English)

For more information about the BxMO, including past results and statistics, please refer to its official web page:

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