Here is the text of the presentation from the Awards Banquet.
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Tentative dates for the 2016-2017 contest are posted on the dates page. Feel free to comment if you know of conflicts. These dates are not final until sometime next September.
Congratulations to all who participated and thank you to parents and teachers.
Summary of Results 2016
Here are the problems and some solutions.
UNC Final Round 2016
Final Round 2016 Solutions
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the First Round! The list of invitees to the Final Round is available for download here: Invitees 2015-2016 The entries are organized alphabetically and not listed in order of score. Invitees are encouraged to complete the free registration process by providing their contact information. Do this by clicking the Final Round Registration tab at the top of this webpage.
Invitation by application. Any student who is not on the list of invitees to the Final Round but who would nevertheless like to attempt the Final Round is welcome to email a short essay to firstname.lastname@example.org applying to participate. Such applicants should consider carefully the fact that most of the questions on the Final Round are as difficult as the hardest ones on the First Round, and that some are harder. There is no need for a student to offer evidence that they might do well. All that is requested is a clear statement that they want to participate and that they understand the challenging nature of the Final Round. Applicants will be contacted by e-mail and given additional information regarding the registration process.
You can download a statistical summary of the 2015 First Round results here.
Summary of First Round Results 2015-16
Extended solutions to the first round problems are now available for download.We thank Dr. Ming Song for making his work available.
UNC Mathematics Contest 2015-2016 First Round Problems with Solutions
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the First Round last week! Answers to the first round are now available here: First Round 2015 Answers
A detailed set of solutions and a statistical summary of results will be posted later today.
Coming soon: The list of invitees to the Final Round will be posted here and also e-mailed to teachers.
The First Round is October 30-November 5 and is given in schools around the state. If you are interested, talk to a math teacher at your school or email us at email@example.com
Everyone is invited to the 2015 First Round Solutions Seminar at UNC in Greeley at 10am on Saturday, November 7.