Math Challenge I-C
This four part course is designed to bridge the gap between the AMC 8 and the AMC 10 and prepare students for high school math competitions including the AMC 10/12, ARML, and ZIML. The four term course covers topics and introductory problem solving in algebra, geometry, and finite math. Algebraic topics include linear equations, systems of equations and inequalities, exponents and radicals, factoring polynomials, and solving quadratic equations. Geometric topics include angles in triangles, quadrilaterals, and polygons, congruent and similar polygons, calculating area, and algebraic geometry. Topics in finite math include logic, introductory number theory, and an introduction to probability and statistics. These topics serve as the fundamental knowledge needed for a more advanced problem solving course such as Math Challenge II-A.
Note: This course is a blended learning class, with pre-recorded videos and weekly live question and answer sessions to review homework.
Each term requires the course textbook:
The textbook is available in print (for \$25 each) on our online bookstore (click here) or eBook (rental starting at \$10 each) on redshelf.com (click here).
Math Challenge I-C is offered in four terms:
- Summer, covering Algebra
- Fall, covering additional topics in Algebra
- Winter, covering Geometry
- Spring, covering Finite Math
For more information about the topics covered each term, please click here.
Pre-recorded videos are released Mondays and this course meets Thursdays 4:30-5:30 PM Pacific (7:30-8:30 PM Eastern) for the weekly homework discussion. For the specific dates of the course please see the full course schedule by clicking here.
Registration and Tuition
Click on any of the courses below to register! You will be prompted to login or create a new account if you have not already done so. Registration options include:
- Single Term, \$418
- Year Bundle, \$1505
- School Year Bundle, \$1128
Additional Learning Options
This course is also available as self-paced. More information can be found by clicking here.
For more options for MATHCOUNTS and early high school math competitions, click here.