In this class, we will cover several important and sometimes-overlooked techniques that will greatly help improve your scores in math competitions, such as Auxillary Constructions and Special Factorizations. The difficulty of this class will range from mid AMC10 level to around mid AIME level, and about one level above that of Math Competitions 1. For those looking to increase their AMC10/AIME scores, State and National Mathcounts scores, and other short answer competitions, such as PUMaC.
Math Competitions Level 2
This lesson is about auxillary constructions.
This lesson is about Catalan numbers.
This lesson is about special factorizations.
This lesson is about floors and ceilings.
About the teacher
Rich is a junior at Clements High School in Sugar Land, Texas, and is the President of Technology. He's highly passionate about math and technology, and enjoys participating in math and coding competitions. He is a MOP Qualifier, USAJMO Winner, 3x USAJMO Qualifier, MATHCOUNTS National Countdown Round Quarterfinalist, and an USACO Platinum Qualifier. What really drives him is his love for helping others and making a difference to kids just like him. Outside of math competitions, he enjoys juggling, playing the recorder, playing tennis, and spending time with his friends.