**MSRI Mathematical Circles Library**

Volume: 15;
2014;
376 pp;
Softcover

MSC: Primary 00; 97; 51; 05; 12;
**Print ISBN: 978-1-4704-1880-9
Product Code: MCL/15**

List Price: $45.00

Individual Member Price: $36.00

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# The ARML Power Contest

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*Thomas Kilkelly*

A co-publication of the AMS and the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute

The ARML (American Regions Math League) Power Contest is truly a
unique competition in which a team of students is judged on its
ability to discover a pattern, express the pattern in precise
mathematical language, and provide a logical proof of its
conjectures. Just as a team of students can be self-directed to solve
each problem set, a teacher, math team coach, or math circle leader
could take these ideas and questions and lead students into problem
solving and mathematical discovery.

This book contains thirty-seven interesting and engaging problem
sets from the ARML Power Contests from 1994 to 2013. They are
generally extensions of the high school mathematics classroom and
often connect two remote areas of mathematics. Additionally, they
provide meaningful problem situations for both the novice and the
veteran mathlete.

Thomas Kilkelly has been a mathematics teacher for forty-three
years. During that time he has been awarded several teaching honors
and has coached many math teams to state and national
championships. He has always been an advocate for more discovery,
integration, and problem solving in the mathematics classroom.

In the interest of fostering a greater awareness and appreciation of
mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and everyday life, MSRI
and the AMS are publishing books in the Mathematical Circles Library series as
a service to young people, their parents and teachers, and the mathematics
profession.

Titles in this series are co-published with the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI).

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## The ARML Power Contest

#### Readership

Undergraduates, graduate students, and research mathematicians interested in high school mathematics.