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World Mathematics Day

This year marks 14 March 2019.

This first day was March 14, 2007. It was founded by 3P Learning and quickly gained great popularity. It is now part of the World Educational Games that connect schools from all over the world. In 2010, the Guinness World Record was created for the largest online math game. Children from the age of 4 can participate and compete with others from all over the world in real time. Games can also play on a mobile phone to make games accessible to everyone and entertain the kids.

This Day is an online International Mathematical Competition organized by the 3P Learning Learning Organization. The competition takes 60 seconds and includes logical mathematical problems appropriate to each age group. It tests the accuracy and speed of students who compete with other students around the world. It has gained popularity around the world. There are currently 10 levels, with Level 1 being the easiest. Higher levels include conversion of surface and volume units, factoring algebraic expressions, and more.

At the time of creation in 2007, 287,000 students from 98 countries participated and answered 38,904,275 questions. In 2012, more than 5.9 million students from 240 countries participated.

Every year, the world's 10 best students receive gold medals and awards for students to attend. Winners can become Ambassadors of their country for World Educational Games for the next year to help support this day.

The aim of this day is to increase the level of mathematics.

For information on how to sign up, visit https://www.worldmathsday.com/

Quotations on Mathematics:

Mathematics teaches: Do not overlook the zeros. (Gabriel Laub)

Mathematics is written for mathematics. (Mikoláš Copernicus)

Mathematics is Queen of Science and Number Theory is the queen of mathematics. (Carl Friedrich Gauss)