By Edward J. Barbeau - Five Hundred Mathematical Challenges. This book contains 500 problems that range over a wide spectrum of mathematics and of levels of difficulty, from simple mathematical puzzlers to problems at the Olympiad level.

By Edward J. Challenging Mathematical Problems With Elementary Solutions (Volume 2). A. M. Yaglom. For many problems, more than one solution is supplied so that students can compare different mathematical approaches. A special mathematical toolchest summarizes the results and techniques needed by competition-level students.

This book contains 500 problems that range over a wide spectrum of mathematics and of levels of difficulty. Some are simple mathematical puzzlers while others are serious problems at the Olympiad level. Students of all levels of interest and ability will be entertained by the book. For many problems, more than one solution is supplied so that students can compare the elegance and efficiency of different mathematical approaches. A special mathematical toolchest summarizes the results and techniques needed by competition-level students

This book contains 500 problems that range over a wide spectrum of areas of high school mathematics and levels of difficulty. Some are simple mathematical puzzlers while others are serious problems at the Olympiad level

This book contains 500 problems that range over a wide spectrum of areas of high school mathematics and levels of difficulty. Students of all levels of interest and ability will be entertained and taught by the book. For many problems, more than one solution is supplied so that students can see how different approaches can be taken to a problem and compare the elegance and efficiency of different tools that might be applied.

Edward J. Barbeau, University of Toronto, Murray S. Klamkin, University of Alberta, William O. J. Moser, McGill . This book contains 500 problems that range over a wide spectrum of areas of high school mathematics and levels of difficulty. Moser, McGill University. Publisher: Mathematical Association of America. Online publication date: January 2012.

Five Hundred Mathematical Challenges, Edward J. Barbeau, Murray S. Klamkin, and William O. Moser, pub. Washington, DC: Mathematical Association of America, 1995. Liu, Andy; Shawyer, Bruce, eds. (2008). Problems from Murray Klamkin. Washington: Mathematical Association of America. ISBN 978-0-88385-828-8. A collection of problems posed by Klamkin in Crux Mathematicorum with Mathematical Mayhem. Barbeau; Murray S. Klamkin; William O. Moser. MAA Press: An Imprint of the American Mathematical Society.

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