“Your problem may be modest; but if it challenges your curiosity and brings into play your inventive faculties, and if you solve it by your own means, you may experience the tension and enjoy the triumph of discovery. Such experiences at a susceptible age may create a taste for mental work and leave their imprint on mind and character for a lifetime.”
~ George Polya, Hungarian Mathematician (1887 – 1985)

 

Problem of the Week 1
Problem of the Week 16
Problem of the Week 2
Problem of the Week 17
Problem of the Week 3
Problem of the Week 18
Problem of the Week 4
Problem of the Week 19
Problem of the Week 5
Problem of the Week 20
Problem of the Week 6
Problem of the Week 21
Problem of the Week 7
Problem of the Week 22
Problem of the Week 8
Problem of the Week 23
Problem of the Week 9
Problem of the Week 24
Problem of the Week 10
Problem of the Week 25
Problem of the Week 11
Problem of the Week 26
Problem of the Week 12
Problem of the Week 27
Problem of the Week 13
Problem of the Week 28
Problem of the Week 14
Problem of the Week 29
Problem of the Week 15
Problem of the Week 30

All solutions will be available in class. Alternately, you may email your solution to Ms. M. at ms-m@comcast.net, and she will email you to verify the accuracy of your result.