Hey Finn, glad to see you're back and that you're excited about math. We definitely need powerhouses like you generating great content on Brilliant (this is especially true for our wiki section).

Make one! Just bring school mates if anything, it's about fun math not winning. Plus I'll give the fair advice that the first CMIMC will probably be the easiest to win prizes at.

@Cody Johnson
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My friends are only used to Mathcounts and some AMC... How hard are the problems expected to be? Even though it's not about winning, it wouldn't be worth it to drive that far just to participate in something we can hardly do.

Have you looked at Coach Monk's high school math competition playbook? It contains material that should be relevant at all levels of high school mathematics in the United States, from AMC 10/12 to USAMO and IMO. However, it's mostly a collection of formulas with minimal explanation, but it seems that is what's desired.
http://mathweb.scranton.edu/monks/courses/ProblemSolving/HighSchoolPlaybook.pdf
Also, try my problems. I think you'd find them interesting and they're good practice for AMC/AIME (well maybe not but they're still cool). :P

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TopNewestHey Finn, glad to see you're back and that you're excited about math. We definitely need powerhouses like you generating great content on Brilliant (this is especially true for our wiki section).

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Chill fam.

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Haha I know right. I was way too hype when I wrote this last night.

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Yep

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Come to CMIMC so we can meet :D

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I don't have a team! D:

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Make one! Just bring school mates if anything, it's about fun math not winning. Plus I'll give the fair advice that the first CMIMC will probably be the easiest to win prizes at.

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Have you looked at Coach Monk's high school math competition playbook? It contains material that should be relevant at all levels of high school mathematics in the United States, from AMC 10/12 to USAMO and IMO. However, it's mostly a collection of formulas with minimal explanation, but it seems that is what's desired. http://mathweb.scranton.edu/monks/courses/ProblemSolving/HighSchoolPlaybook.pdf Also, try my problems. I think you'd find them interesting and they're good practice for AMC/AIME (well maybe not but they're still cool). :P

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Thanks bro! I'll check it out when I get back from NYC.

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is there calculus in amc?

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Nope. Only precalculus concepts, even up to the IMO.

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Hi , I think I joined Brilliant when you were inactive , so I don't know you well. But still , I think you are quite popular in the community ;P haha

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Yea, I haven't been active for like a year.

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Guys good luck and have fun making this! I'm excited to learn and I hope you guys are excited to teach! :D

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Glad to see that you're back. :D

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Do you like carrots?

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Yes... Wait why?

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Is that ur selfie?

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Long time no see , bro.

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hi just busy with You-Know-What..LOL

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Ya mate.

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Yup :D

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