Math Challenge II-A is for students who are preparing for the AMC 10 contest. Students are required to have fundamental knowledge in Algebra I, Geometry, Basic Number Theory and Counting and Probability up to the 10th grade level. Topics include polynomials, inequalities, special algebraic techniques, triangles and polygons, collinearity and concurrency, vectors and coordinates, numbers and divisibility, modular arithmetic, advanced counting strategies, binomial coefficients, sequence and series, and various other topics and problem solving techniques involved in math contests such as the AMC 10, advanced MathCounts, ARML, and ZIML.
This course meets Wednesdays 4:30-6:00 PM Pacific (7:30-9:00 PM Eastern). For the specific dates of the course please see the full course schedule by clicking here. This course can also be taken as a self-paced course by clicking here.
The focus of the summer term of Math Challenge II-A is problem solving with algebra.
The focus of the fall term of Math Challenge II-A is problem solving with geometry.
The focus of the winter term of Math Challenge II-A is problem solving with combinatorics.
The focus of the spring term of Math Challenge II-A is problem solving with number theory.