High School Contest
School Mathematical Contest in Modeling
(HiMCM) offers students the opportunity to compete in
a team setting using mathematics to present solutions to real-world
High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling (HiMCM)
Will Be Held on November 2-19, 2012
Additional support provided by the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM),
the Mathematical Association of America (MAA),
and the Institute for Operations Research and
Management Sciences (INFORMS).
Now available view all the Regional and National Outstanding papers in their entirety.
This will make a great addition to any modeling class or can be used for contest preparation.
Each 2011 HiMCM CD-ROM includes:
- The 2011 HiMCM press release,
- Results report with team designation,
- The 2010 HiMCM problem sets,
- Unabridged versions of The National Outstanding Papers,
- Unabridged versions of The Regional Outstanding Papers,
- COMAP membership information, and
- COMAP contact information. Learn More
||The Modeling Resource CD-Rom offers mathematical modeling problems,
sample solutions, and other resources suitable for instructors
and students in modeling courses, advisors and team members
in modeling competitions, and those who want to make mathematics
courses more relevant. The problems are taken from the Mathematical
Contest in Modeling (MCM),
the Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling, (ICM),
the High School Contest in Modeling (HiMCM),
and the Consortium
column Everybody's Problems. Learn More
the problems in our modeling database to enrich your class
or conduct your own math team competitions.
Discover how our modeling resources can help you use mathematical
modeling in your classroom.
Notify your teachers or professors about this Web Site and
start the modeling tradition at your school.
Check back regularly to read the other student solutions that
Use our COMAP resources and modeling problems as quality references
for your in-class presentations, extra credit, and other classroom
The USA Mathematical
Talent Search (USAMTS) is a competitive contest for students
grades 9-12 that stresses the development of problem solving
skills. The problems and solutions appear quarterly in our
high school newsletter, Consortium. For more information
on the contest visit the USAMTS web site.