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comc

Math Club Ch 1

•  Problem Set #1
•  Problem Set #2
•  Problem Set #3
•  Problem Set #4
•  Problem Set #5
•  Problem Set #6
•  Problem Set #7
•  Problem Set #8
•  Problem Set #9
•  Problem Set #10
•  Problem Set #11
•  Problem Set #12
•  Problem Set #13
•  Problem Set #14
•  Problem Set #15
•  Problem Set #16

Sol

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P6

Canadian Open Math Challenge

The COMC is Canada's premiere's national competition and is open to any student in high school. The top 50 students in Canada will be invited to write the Canadian Mathematical Olympiad.

Link to COMC contests
Link to Club Notes and Solutions


 
Dice Rolling
Math Club Ch 2

•  CSMC and CIMC Prep #1
•  CSMC and CIMC Prep #2
•  CSMC and CIMC Prep #3
•  CSMC and CIMC Prep #4



Sol

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Sol Sol

Canadian Senior/Intermediate Contest

The CSMC (Canadian Senior Mathematics Contest) and CIMC (Canadian Intermediate Mathematics Contest) are organized by the University of Waterloo. Designed to enrich students, the CIMC is for students in grades 10 or younger.

Link to CSMC and CIMC contests
Link to Club Notes and Solutions
Math Club Ch 3

•  Complex Variables Worksheet #1
•  Complex Variables Worksheet #2
•  Problem Set 1
•  Problem Set 2
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 4
•  Problem Set 5


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S2
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S5
American Math Competition 10 &12

The AMC 10 & 12 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examination in secondary school mathematics containing problems which can be understood and solved with algebra, geometry concepts, and pre-calculus concepts. There are two versions given about two weeks apart in February. Students who do well on AMC advance to write the AIME.

• Link to Past AMC 12 Exams and Solutions
• Link to Past AMC 10 Exams and Solutions
fermat
Math Club Ch 4a

•  Workshop on Pascal Cayley Fermat Contest
•  Problem Set 1
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 4


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S2
S3
S4

Fermat Contest (Grade 11)

The Fermat contest is for students grade 11 or younger. It is an opportunity for students to have fun and develop their problem solving skills. There are 25 MC questions with 60 minutes. Calculators are allowed

The Fermat is one of the harder high school math contests. First 20 questions are relatively easy. Last 5 questions require strong analytical and problem solving skills. A score of 132/150 is a good score.

Tips on Preparing for the Fermat Contest
Link to Past Fermat Contests and solutions

cayley
Math Club Ch 4b

• Problem Set 1
• Problem Set 2
• Problem Set 3
• Problem Set 4
• Problem Set 5


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S2
S3
S4
S5
Cayley Contest (Grade 10)

The Cayley contest is for students grade 10 or younger. It is an opportunity for students to have fun and develop their problem solving skills. There are 25 MC questions with 60 minutes. Calculators are allowed:

• properties of circle geometry
Link to Past Cayley Contests and Solutions
pascal
Math Club Ch 4c

•  Conditional Probability Worksheet
•  Venn Diagrams Worksheet
•  Problem Set 1
•  Problem Set 2
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 4




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S2
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S5

Pascal Contest (Grade 9)

The Pascal contest is for students grade 9 or younger. There are 25 MC questions with 60 minutes. Calculators are allowed:
Students should aim to complete the first 20Q in 20 minutes, leaving 40 minutes for the last 5. The last few questions are designed to test ingenuity and insight. Rather than testing content, most of the contest problems test logical thinking and mathematical problem solving. A score of 142/150 would be a very good score.

•  Famous Quotes by Blaise Pascal
Article on How to Put Yourself in a Position to Succeed
Link to Past Pascal Contests and Solutions

hypatia
Math Club Ch 5a

•  Problem Set 1
•  Problem Set 2
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 4


S1
S2
S3
S4

Hypatia Contest (Grade 11)

The Hypatia contest is for students grades 11 or younger. There are four written problems, 75 minutes, and calculators are allowed. The problems require ingenuity and strong problem solving skills.

• Link to Past Hypatia Contests and Solutions

galois
Math Club Ch 5b

•  Problem Set 1
•  Problem Set 2
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 4


S1
S2
S3
S4
Galois Contest (Grade 10)

The Galois contest is for students grades 10 or younger. There are four written problems, 75 minutes, and calculators are allowed. The problems require ingenuity and strong problem solving skills.

• to find the volume and surface areas of composite solids
• Link to Past Galois Contests and Solutions

kenfryer
Math Club Ch 5c

•  Problem Set 1
•  Problem Set 2
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 4


S1
S2
S3
S4
Fryer Contest (Grade 9)

The Fryer contest is for students grades 9 or younger. There are four written problems, 75 minutes, and calculators are allowed. The problems require ingenuity and strong problem solving skills.

• Link to Past Fryer Contests and Solutions

euclid
Math Club Ch 6

•  Logarithm Worksheet 1
•  Logarithm Worksheet 2
•  Logarithm Worksheet 3
•  Problem Set 1
•  Problem Set 2
•  Problem Set 3
•  Problem Set 4


S1
S2
S3
S4

Euclid Contest (Grade 12)

The Euclid contest is a senior math contest for students grades 12 or younger. There are 10 written questions, 2.5 hours, and calculators are allowed. THe first 5 questions are relatively easy. The last 2 questions are very difficult. A score of 80/100 is a very good score.

•  Topics in Euclid contest
•  Link to Past Euclid Contests and Solutions