Problem Collection for Sweden

History and System

The Swedish Mathematical Competition was established in 1961. The form of the competition suffered almost no change since the establishment. Now it consists of two rounds of six problems in one day each, with the first round held in September and the final round in November.

Sweden at International Competitions

Sweden participates at the IMO since 1967, thus being one of the first countries outside Eastern Europe to take part in it. They also participate at the Nordic MC since its establishment (1987). The IMO team is presumably selected through the national MC and the Nordic MC. Its best success was the 19-th place in 1997.

Problems

The total number of available problems is 90.
 1961    MC Final  
 1962    MC Final  
 1963    MC Final  
 1964    MC Final  
 1965    MC Final  
 1966    MC Final  
 1967    MC Final  
 1968    MC Final  
 1969    MC Final  
 1970    MC Final  
 1971    MC Final  
 1972    MC Final  
 1973    MC Final  
 1974    MC Final  
 1975    MC Final  
 1976    MC Final  
 1977    MC Final  
 1978    MC Final  
 1979    MC Final  
 1980    MC Final  
 1981    MC Final  
 1982    MC Final  
 1983    MC Final  
 1984    MC Final  
 1985    MC Final  
 1986    MC Final  
 1987    MC Final  
 1988    MC Final  
 1989    MC Final  
 1990    MC Final  
 1991    MC Final  
 1992    MC Final  
 1993    MC Final  
 1994    MC Final  
 1995    MC Final  
 1996    MC Final  
 1997    MC Final  
 1998    MC Final  
 1999    MC Final  
 2000    MC Final  
 2001    MC Final  
 2002    MC Final  
 2003    MC Final  
 2004    MC Final  
 2005    MC Final  
 2006    MC Final  
 2007    MC Final  
 2008    MC Final  
 2009    MC Final  
 2010    MC Final
 2011    MC Final
 2012    MC Final
 2013    MC Final
 2014    MC Final
 2015    MC Final
 2016    MC Final
 2017    MC Final

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