Intermountain Mathematics Competition 2013

On Saturday, November 9, BYU students will have the opportunity to take part in a problem-solving competition against various universities throughout Utah and Idaho during the Intermountain Math Competition (IMC).

The IMC is comparable to a mini-Putnam competition.  It’s a great opportunity to practice problem-solving and possibly win cash and prizes.  No sign-up is necessary, and you don’t need to be a math major.  All you need to do is show up to room 111 TMCB.  The test will be administered from 9am to noon.  A free breakfast will be arriving at 8:30am, so come early if you want time to eat.  Otherwise, you will be allowed to munch as you take the test.

Out of the entire competition, first place will receive $500, second place will receive $200, and third place will receive $100.  Anyone who receives an above-average score will receive a bookstore gift card.  Free tshirts will also be awarded.

For questions, email Dr. Nielsen apace@math.byu.edu.