National Competition Materialsmath Problem Solving

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Welcome to Challenge Math Online


Challenge Math is designed to hone young students' mathematical problem-solving skills and logical reasoning skills.

Challenge Math gives out challenging word problem assignments weekly. Problems are non-routine problem-solving questions that are adapted to many math competitions, including the Noetic Learning Math Contest.

Challenge Math is primarily designed for gifted elementary students. Our unique program

  • provides challenge beyond regular school curriculum,
  • strengthens creative problem solving, and logical reasoning skills,
  • further develops gifted students' intellect in math, and
  • helps students excel in national math competitions.
  • Detailed step-by-step instructions and solutions are provided for all assignments.

Problem Solving Strategies Covered

Model with Diagrams Draw a Picture Make an Organized List Find a Pattern Logical Reasoning Work Backwards Guess and Check Solve a Simpler Problem

Topics Covered

Numbers and Operations Geometry and Measurement Probability and Statistics Data and Analysis Algebraic Thinking
Program Schedule
TermGradesDuration# assignments
per week
Last Access Date**
Fall 2020Gr. 2 - 6 Sep 14 ~ Nov 192 assignmentsMay 28, 2021
Spring 2021Gr. 2 - 6 Jan 25 ~ Apr 12 assignmentsMay 28, 2021
Summer 2021Gr. 3 - 7* Jun 14 ~ Aug 54 assignmentsAug 5, 2021
* grade level next fall
** Assignments will no longer be available after the Last Access Date.

Membership Fees

TermIndividual studentGroup/Class discount
(10 students minimum)*
Fall, Spring & Summer$49.95/student$20/student
Fall & Spring $29.95/student$12/student
Summer only$24.95/student$10/student
Fall only$19.95/student not available
Spring only$19.95/student not available

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  • Dyalog '20

Dyalog Ltd is pleased to host the APL Problem Solving Competition. The challenge has two phases:

  • Phase I consists of ten simple problems that must all be solved.
  • Phase II consists of more complex problems in three categories.

We encourage students at all levels of education, anywhere in the world, to participate. Non-students are welcome to submit solutions and may receive an honourable mention, but proof of enrolment in a full-time educational program is required to win a cash prize.

Thanks to our sponsors Tegra118 and SimCorp, substantial cash prizes are offered. In addition, the winner is invited to the next Dyalog user meeting to present their winning work.

The 2021 APL Problem Solving Competition

The 13th annual International APL Problem Solving Competition will be launched
in spring 2021

Math Problem Solving Questions

The 2020 APL Problem Solving Competition

Prizes

Winners were selected based on most accurate/well-written submissions

Phase II – Grand prize winner

  • Andrii Makukha (University of Hong Kong, China)

receives a cash prize of $2,500 USD, an invitation to present his winning work at Dyalog '20 and a delegate package registration for Dyalog '21 in Olhão, Portugal

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Art Of Problem Solving Competitions

Phase II – second place

  • Dzintars Klušs (Riga State Gymnasium No. 1, Latvia)

receives a cash prize of $1,250 USD

Phase II – third place

  • Joshua King (University of New South Wales, Australia)

receives a cash prize of $750 USD

Phase II – Winning Professional Entrant

  • Woosuk Kwak (South Korea)

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receives a delegate package registration for Dyalog '21 in Olhão, Portugal

Phase II participation awards (randomly selected from all entries that included a correct solution)

  • Brendan King (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Indiana, U.S.A.)
  • Federico Landonio (Liceo Scientifico GB Grassi Saronno, Italy)
  • Iiro Tapio Rastas (University of Turku, Finland)
  • Louis de Forcrand (Geneva University, Switzerland
  • Zoe Kane (Greenville Technical College, South Carolina, U.S.A.)

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each receive a cash prize of $200 USD (5 awarded)

Phase I winners

  • Chiang Yu-Chi (National Central University, Taiwan)
  • Dzintars Klušs (Riga State Gymnasium No. 1, Latvia)
  • Federico Landonio (Liceo Scientifico GB Grassi Saronno, Italy)
  • Joel Niemelä (home schooling, Texas, U.S.A.)
  • Joshua King (University of New South Wales, Australia)
  • Maksim Podkorytov (Florida State University, Florida, U.S.A.)
  • Mattia Borgo (University of Padua, Italy)
  • Mohammed Malik (University of Pavia, Italy)
  • Rafael Rodrigues Rocha de Melo (Kyoto University, Japan)
  • Zoe Kane (Greenville Technical College, South Carolina, U.S.A.)
each receive a cash prize of $100 USD (10 awarded)

Previous Years

Details of the problems set in previous years (and the appropriate workspaces to help solve them) can be downloaded from the table below; this table also includes information on the main prize winners for each year.

Our blog includes posts relating to some of the problems set in previous years, with pointers on how they might be solved.

National Competition Materialsmath Problem Solving Question

TasksPhase II MaterialsWinnersWinner's Presentation
2020Phase I Phase II
2019Phase I Phase II
2018Phase I Phase II
2017Phase I Phase II
2016Phase I Phase II
2015Phase I Phase II
2014Phase I Phase II 1st place non-student
2013Phase I Phase II
2012-
2011
20101st place 2nd place
2009n/a
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