Art of Problem Solving, the Who Wants to Be a Mathematician Online Community Sponsor, will also host a Math Jam (an online discussion) about the Round 2 test at 7:30 p.m. Eastern on Oct. 23. The Math Jam provides a fun way to gather online with fellow students to discuss the problems and see different solutions. AoPS also hosted a Math Jam about the Round One test on Sept. 27, during which all the problems were worked out by host Dave Patrick and the participants, and a Math Jam about Who Wants to Be a Mathematician on Sept. 6.
Starting in 2019, the AMS will be a sponsor of the Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications' (COMAP) Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM). The AMS will designate one outstanding team from MCM Problems A, B and C as AMS winners. Each student member of the winning teams will receive a certificate from the Society. The MCM is an international contest involving teams of high school students or college undergraduates from over 900 institutions around the world who work on and propose solutions to open-ended problems.
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