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Additional Problems 2016
      To be done at home

2016 Rankings

Problems from Previous
Competitions

  1. 2015 Individual Competition
    Problems (PDF)
    Solutions (PDF)

  2. 2015 Team Competition
    (Math and Trivia)
    PDF Version


  3. 2014 Individual Competition
    Problems (PDF)
    Solutions (PDF)

  4. 2014 Team Competition
    (Math and Trivia)
    PDF Version


  5. 2013 Individual Competition
    Problems (PDF)
    Solutions (PDF)

  6. 2013 Team Competition
    (Math and Trivia)
    PDF Version


  7. 2012 Individual Competition
    Problems (PDF)
    Solutions (PDF)

  8. 2012 Team Competition
    (Math and Trivia)
    PDF Version


  9. 2011 Individual Competition
    Problems (PDF)
    Solutions (PDF)

  10. 2011 Team Competition
    (Math and Trivia)
    PDF Version

Math Day 2017

Our site has a new address! Please visit our new pages to find out details of our 13th Annual Math Day on Saturday, April 1st, 2017!

http://cosweb1.fau.edu/~faumath/mathday/

 

Here is a look back at last year's Math Day!!

The twelfth annual FAU Math Day will be held on Saturday, March 5, 2016, on the Boca Raton campus of Florida Atlantic University. As usual, participants can expect exciting competitions and instructive lectures designed to please everybody who loves mathematics, who is contemplating a career in mathematics or science, or who already is pursuing such a career. If you are a high school student who likes and enjoys mathematics come for a day of excitement and fun, with a chance to win prizes and to learn more about mathematics. If you are a teacher, come to see your students compete and to meet your college colleagues. Math Day is an opportunity for high school mathematics faculty and mathematically inclined students of schools in Palm Beach, Broward, Martin and Dade counties, and for math faculty and students at Florida Atlantic University to get together, get to know each other, and share their appreciation of mathematics.

Last year's keynote speaker is Professor Ami Radunskaya, who is a Professor of Mathematics at Pomona College, in Claremont, California. Professor Radunskaya is a very distinguished mathematician and an award winning teacher. She has worked hard in increasing diversity in mathematics and is the co-director of the EDGE (Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education) program. Her areas of research are dynamical systems and mathematical biology, specially mathematical models of cancer immunotherapy, designing strategies for delivery of drugs to the brain, modeling the fate of blood clots and the effect of anti-coagulant. Her work in dynamical systems is closely related to the other passion in Professor Radunskaya's life, namely music. She is a concert level cello player. During 2016 she will serve as president of the Association for Women in Mathematics.

FAU Math Day 2016