This is a contest series with cumulative score awards.
Math League started in 1977. This contest series has 6 meets consisting of 6 questions to be answered in 30 minutes. Participants will receive a copy of Math League’s newsletters that include comments and alternate solutions from teachers and students. Problems draw from a wide range of high school topics: geometry, algebra, trigonometry, logarithms, series, sequences, exponents, roots, integers, real numbers, combinations, probability, coordinate geometry, and more. No knowledge of calculus is required to solve any of these problems. Detailed solution sheets demonstrate the methods used to solve each problem, including various approaches where appropriate.
On each contest, the last two questions are generally more difficult than the first four. The final question on each contest is intended to challenge the very best mathematics students. The problems require no knowledge beyond secondary school mathematics. No knowledge of calculus is required to solve any of these problems. Two to four of the questions on each contest only require a knowledge of elementary algebra. Starting with the 1992-93 school year, students have been permitted to use any calculator on any of the Math League contests.
Awards: NNVMath awards for meet winners at the MathRocks! contest following each meet. Recognition of national placement by Math League.
Meet dates are on the following Fridays: October 25, November 15, December 13, January 10, February 14, and March 20.
Meets begin at 6 pm. Please arrive between 5:30 and 5:45 to check in.
This registration includes all 6 contests. More information about the Math League and their contests can be found at https://www.MathLeague.com
Bonus: All Math League registrations include student use of the online Math League Adaptive Learning System for no additional fee!
Cost $40 for the full series