By Sarah Brown, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Over the days of July 16th to 18th in Luanda, Angola, participants of the Mathematics Olympics from the CPLP (Community of Countries of the Portuguese Language) were challenged with various math problems, concluding with Brazil taking home one gold medal and three silver medals.

The CPLP is made up of Portuguese speaking countries, and this year's competitors consisted of Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cabo Verde, Portugal and São Tomé and Príncipe, with each country having four representative students participating up to the age of eighteen years old.

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