Concepts in Competitive Mathematics
This short reference book contains fundamental concepts crucial to solving math competition problems such as those found on the Mathematical Association of America's AMC 10, AMC 12, and AIME, as well as those found in local or regional competitions. Full of formulas as well as examples and solutions, this book shows how specific problems can be best solved in order to succeed in math competitions. Content is organized by mathematical topic and has been selected for its diversity. Topics include Number Theory, Combinatorics, Probability, Statistics, Sequences and Series, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Coordinate Mathematics. The book even contains a section containing the author's own tips from past experience in math competitions. All in all, this is a must buy for math competition participants and teachers alike. Contains: Nine Chapters, Table of Contents, Index.
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