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Art of Problem Solving
In 1994, Richard Rusczyk and Sandor Lehoczky wrote the Art of Problem Solving books, designed to prepare students for mathematical competitions by teaching them concepts and problem solving methods rarely taught in school. After having an amazing success with the books, they lent their name to the company Richard founded in 2003. The purpose of AoPS Incorporated is educating students to excel in mathematics and problem solving.
AoPS offers a multitude of resources for students, state-of-the-art books, online classes, as well as hosting one of the largest math forums on the Internet.
San Diego Math Circle
The San Diego Math Circle is a consortium of individuals and groups united behind the goal of serving the exceptional educational needs of exceptional mathematics students. SDMC is hosted by the University of California, San Diego, managed by dedicated parent volunteers, and taught by a diverse slate of professionals from the greater San Diego area.
Among those profesionals is Valentin Vornicu, the MathLinks Camp Director. Valentin makes regular appearances at the SDMC, which he thoroughly enjoys.
MathCounts
MATHCOUNTS is a national enrichment, club and competition program that promotes middle school mathematics achievement through grassroots involvement in every U.S. state and territory.
American Mathematics Competitions
The mission of the MAA’s American Mathematics Competitions is to increase interest in mathematics and to develop problem solving through a fun competition. Teachers and schools benefit from the chance to challenge students with interesting mathematical questions that are aligned with curriculum standards at all levels of difficulty. In addition, students gain the opportunity to learn and achieve through competition with students in their school and around the world.
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