The μ – Games is a combination of a mathematics and programming competition. The problems will require mathematical thinking as well as some programming to arrive to the answer. Most of the problem do not require a lot of programming skills: knowing how to work with variables, arrays and loops will be enough.
What does the competition look like?
In this competition, each team consisting of 3 to 4 students will be given three hours to solve several problems. The teams hand in their solutions via online system Dom Judge, which will immediately check the solution for correctness. Because of automated testing, submitting a solution for the same problem can be attempted several times.
- Every team member should be a student at Utrecht University
- The programming has to be in either C#, Java or Python