## Problem of the Week (11)

Solve the following equation: Happy problem solving! Email your solutions to [email protected]

## Problem of the Week (10)

You have ten bags – each bag has ten coins (weighing 1g each), however, one bag contains fake coins (weighing…

## Problem of the Week (7)

A monk climbs a mountain. He starts at 8AM and reaches the summit at noon. He spends the night on…

## The Trivial Inequality

One of the most fundamental inequalities in math is the Trivial Inequality, which says: If x is a real number,…

## Problem of the Week (6)

There are three on/off switches on the ground floor of a building. Only one operates a single lightbulb on the…

## Warren Li: An Interview with an IMO Gold Medallist

Background: I had the privilege of ‘interviewing’ Warren Li OE, in which I asked him some questions about general math,…

## Discover more – April 2020

We’re back with another edition of ‘Discover more.’ A quick summary in case you haven’t seen the March Edition: Every…

## Russell’s Paradox (A short introduction)

Discovered in 1901 by Bertrand Russell, this paradox is an extremely intriguing contradiction which concerns the constraints of naïve set…

## Problem of the Week (5)

Divide the following region into 4 congruent shapes (the shape is created by joining 3 congruent squares) (Credits to IMOmath)…

## Problem of the Week (4)

Divide the region shown into 4 congruent pieces. (Credits to IMOmath) Email your answer to Paris Suksmith/Aarit Bhattacharya/Zach Marinov. Good…

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