The Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications is an award-winning non-profit organization whose mission is to improve mathematics education for students of all ages. Since 1980, COMAP has worked with teachers, students, and business people to create learning environments where mathematics is used to investigate and model real issues in our world.
Birds sitting on wires often seem to be regularly spaced. What are they thinking? And what does this have to do with math? Let's find out.
Math contests can be a fun way to engage your middle school and high school students. Read on to learn about our math modeling contests.
Are you a student looking for an undergraduate math competition where you can solve a real-world math problem in a team setting? Learn more about COMAP's MCM/ICM math contests.
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Have you been thinking about entering a math contest? Then read on! Here are some reasons to gather your team and enter math contests today.
Have you ever seen an archer fish? They are fascinating for several reasons, but perhaps most of all for the math problems to which they have evolved solutions.
Motivational quotes are a great way to get excited, get moving, and share your passion. We love math, so our collection focuses on powerful math quotes.
What can you do with fall leaves besides raking them? Math! Here is a simple hands-on introduction to morphometrics.
Have you ever heard of a math trail? If you love math and walking, this is the perfect combination of the two. Read on to discover more about math trails.
Although mud, tree canopies, and giraffes are all very different from each other, they are linked in a superficial way by a very similar pattern of boundaries.
Have you considered a career in mathematical modeling, but are unsure where to start? This list of math modeling careers will give you some options to consider.
So, exactly what is mathematical modeling? In this post, we will explore the definition of math modeling and the evolution of the term.