Bose Olympiad Intermediate is suitable for kids in Grade 5, 6, and 7. There are three stages of this olympiad:

- Research Project Round
- Individual Round
- Team Round

**Curriculum**

- Elementary Number Theory
- Counting Principles
- Algebra
- Geometry

### Number Theory

The following topics in number theory are useful for the Intermediate round:

- Primes and Composites
- Arithmetic of Remainders
- Divisibility
- Number Theoretic Functions

Here is an example of a Number Theory problem that may appear in Bose Olympiad:

### Geometry

The following topics in geometry are useful for the Intermediate round:

- Locus problems
- Geometry of lines (angles, parallels)
- Geometry of triangles (centroid, circumcenter, orthocenter)
- Geometry of circles (tangents, chords, cyclic quadrilaterals)
- Conic sections (ellipse, parabola, hyperbola).
- Triangular Inequality

Here is an example of an geometry problem that may appear in Bose Olympiad:

### Algebra

The following topics in Algebra are useful for Intermediate Bose Olympiad:

- Factorization
- Linear equations
- Quadratic Equations
- Inequality

Here is an example of an algebra problem that may appear in Bose Olympiad:

### Bose Olympiad Previous Year Paper

## Reference Books

- Mathematical Circles by Fomin
- Lines and Curves by Vasiliyev
- Challenges and Thrills of Pre College Mathematics

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