Archived Pages from 20th Century!!
The program in mathematics provides undergraduate instruction and training in pure mathematics, applied mathematics, and statistics. In addition, the program offers service courses to students in the biological sciences, health sciences, management, economics, and other areas. Many mathematics courses are taught using the computer in an essential way. For example, some sections of introductory calculus are taught using the Maple software, which provides exceptional computational power and high-quality graphical display. An important feature of the mathematics degree program is the early emphasis on the development of abstract reasoning and the relation of the abstract to the concrete. The degree requirements have been chosen so as to provide students with a broad background in mathematics while still leaving them room to pursue their individual interests.
This archive contains copies of the questions from some recent math competitions. The older exams appear in a series of books published by the Mathematical Association of America; check there for more information.
On this page, we try to identify and list all sources of mathematics problems on the Internet and related information.