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International Mathematical Talent Search

International Mathematical
Talent Search

 

The International Mathematical Talent Search (IMTS) was an
extension of the USA Mathematical Talent Search (USAMTS),
a year-round problem-solving program in mathematics. It was
initiated in 1991 in the Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly
(M&IQ)
, and was discontinued 10 years later, in 2001. During
its 10 years of operation, each round of the IMTS featured 5
challenging problems for students at the secondary level;
these problems are featured below as a service of the Canadian
Mathematical Society.
Problem Rounds
[01] - [02] - [03] - [04] - [05] - [06] - [07] - [08] - [09] - [10]
[11] - [12] - [13] - [14] - [15] - [16] - [17] - [18] - [19] - [20]
[21] - [22] - [23] - [24] - [25] - [26] - [27] - [28] - [29] - [30]
[31] - [32] - [33] - [34] - [35] - [36] - [37] - [38] - [39] - [40]
[41] - [42] - [43] - [44]
 
Notes:
  • Round 44 was the final round of IMTS problems.
  • The USAMTS has the same problems as the IMTS
    (although numbered differently) and is continuing.
  • The USAMTS website includes some solutions to
    recent problems.
  • The Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly
    featured solutions to the first 40 rounds of problems
    of the IMTS, as well as to those problems of the
    USAMTS, which preceded (by 2 years) the IMTS
    program.

Coordinator:   Dr. George Berzsenyi    email: gberzsenyi@earthlink.net.
http://math.ca/Competitions/IMTS/



Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly

The Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly is published in one volume of four issues per year: March, May, September, and November. Volume 1 appeared in 1991. The M&IQ is an international journal which:
  • Publishes articles, notes, problems and solutions in school mathematics and informatics.
  • Is devoted to teachers and students, who are interested in mathematics and informatics clubs, olympiads and competitions.

The Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly is available only on subscription, and only orders for complete volumes can be accepted. Subscriptions can be placed at any time during the year, and back issues will be supplied.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Four issues per year)
US $ 40 . . . Library / Institutional
US $ 25 . . . Individual (international: US$ 40 surface mail, US$ 55 airmail)
US $ 18 . . . Student
Airmail is available for an additional charge. All prices are subject to change without notice. Remittances in US dollars, should be made payable to Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly and sent to:
Susan Schwartz Wildstrom
10300 Parkwood Drive
Kensington, MD 20895-4040
U.S.A.
E-mail: ssw@umd5.umd.edu

For information on bulk rates for students or back issues of the Mathematics and Informatics Quarterly write to the Publisher, Willie Yong, at the following address:

E-mail: myctwy@mbox2.singnet.com.sg

Author Guidelines

M&IQ is especially interested in publishing material, be it articles, letters to the editors, problems and/or problem solutions, or other material of interest, written by students, teachers and mathematicicians. Contributions to M&IQ will be welcomed from throughout the world.

Submission Requirements

  1. Articles, problems and solutions, intended for publication should not be considered contemporaneously for publication elsewhere.
  2. If the paper has be presented at a mathematics fair, or other competition, a footnote giving name of competition, date, and any award received should be included.
  3. While no maximum length of contribution is prescribed, authors are encouraged to write concisely.
  4. Manuscripts should be typed double-spaced on one side of the page only with wide margins.
  5. As manuscripts will not be returned, keep the original and submit three copies preferably on A4 size paper along with your full address.
  6. The Editor reserves the right to accept, reject or amend any or all manuscripts, artwork, photographs, and all other written materials.
All submissions should be directed to
Prof. Jordan Tabov
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Institute of Mathematics with Computer Center
bl. 8, Acad. G. Bontchev Str.
1113 SOFIA
Bulgaria
Telex: 22628 BANMAT BG
Fax: +359-2-752 078
E-mail: banmath@bgearn.bitnet


The information above was obtained from the Publisher.


IOI Secretariat / ioi-secretariat@win.tue.nl

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