The Mathematics and Computer Science Department at NMU is happy to invite you to participate in the 2014-2015 Problem of the Month Contest to have a little fun and get a little recognition. This activity is sponsored by the American Mathematical Society (AMS). The first student to submit a correct answer will be the winner for the month and receive a certificate in recognition of his/her participation. The top problem solver for the year will be invited to attend the US National Collegiate Mathematics Championship. It will be held July 26-29, 2017, in Chicago, Ill. during MathFest 2017!
|2017 March Problem of the Month||PROBLEM OF THE MONTH MARCH 17|
|2017 February Problem of the Month||PROBLEM OF THE MONTH FEB 17|
|2016 December Problem of the Month||PROBLEM OF THE MONTH DEC 16|
|2016 November Problem of the Month||PROBLEM OF THE MONTH NOV 16|
|2016 October Problem of the Month||PROBLEM OF THE MONTH OCT 16|
|2016 September Problem of the Month||PROBLEM OF THE MONTH SEPT 16|
|2014 October Problem of the Month||PROBLEM_OF_THE_MONTH_OCT14.pdf|
|2014 November Problem of the Month||PROBLEM_OF_THE_MONTH_NOV14.pdf|
|2014 December Problem of the Month||PROBLEM_OF_THE_MONTH_DEC14.pdf|
|2014 February Problem of the Month||PROBLEM_OF_THE_MONTH_FEB15.pdf|
|2014 March Problem of the Month||PROBLEM_OF_THE_MONTH_MAR_15.pdf|
|2014 April Problem of the Month||PROBLEM_OF_THE_MONTH_APR_15.pdf|
- You must be an undergraduate and enrolled in coursework at Northern Michigan University.
- You must Include your name, NMU IN, address, phone, e-mail, and date and time of your submission.
- The first correct solution will be the winner for the month.
- All correct solutions will be recognized.
For additional information please contact Dr. Bao Truong at 227-1610 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
The prize for the top problem solver is an invitation to compete in the US National Collegiate Mathematics Championship, the final of The Problem Solving Competition (TBA)
Each winner of the month will receive a certificate in recognition his/her providing an appropriate solution and winning the problem solving competition.
|February: Lucas Knapp||February|
|September: Lucas Knapp||September|
|October: No winner|
|November: Audra Hagan||November|
|December: No Winner||December|