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Math Jams are free online discussions hosted by Art of Problem Solving for a variety of purposes, including:
- Informational sessions about Art of Problem Solving classes.
- Review of the AMC and AIME competitions.
- Introductions to new topics in math and other areas of study.
- Special events, such as our annual discussions with admissions officers and professors from outstanding universities such as MIT, Carnegie Mellon, Stanford, and Duke.
To attend a Math Jam, simply log in to Art of Problem Solving just before the Math Jam begins, and click on the Classroom bar that will appear on the screen. The Math Jam classroom will open 10 minutes before the Math Jam begins. (See Classroom System Requirements)
Our Math Jams are held in the same online classroom as our online courses. Click here to read more about how our online classroom works.
Participants in Math Jams must be logged in as Art of Problem Solving Community members to access the Math Jams.. The Math Jams and Community membership are free.
Who Wants to Be a Mathematician, Round 2Instructor:
Difficulty Level: 5* (Intermediate math)
7:30 pm ET
AoPS instructor David Patrick will discuss the problems on Round 2 of the 2016-2017 Who Wants to Be a Mathematician national contest. We will also be joined by Mike Breen and Bill Butterworth, the creators of the game. Mike is also the host of the national finals, to be held in Atlanta in January 2017.
* Difficulty Ratings
|0||No Math. Appropriate for all audiences.|
|1-3||Beginning Problem Solvers. Middle School, Algebra, Geometry, MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8|
|4-6||Intermediate Problem Solvers. AMC10, AMC 12|
|7-10||Advanced Problem Solvers. AIME, USAMO|