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The American Regions Math League (ARML) is a mathematical problem solving competition primarily for U.S. high school students.
ARML |
Region: USA |
Type: Free Response |
Difficulty: 3.5-6 |
Difficulty Breakdown:
Individual: 4 (Problem 6/8), 6 (Problem 10) |
How to participate
Find out if your area has a team already. Contact ARML for details. If your area does not already have a team, ask ARML how to start one.
See the How to join an ARML team wiki page for more info. Teams have 15 students.
History
ARML was started in 1976 as a math competition.
Format
The ARML has several different events:
- A team round, in which the entire team works on ten problems together
- A power round, where the questions are proof-oriented and are in a theme
- An individual round, where each individual takes a ten question test
- Two relay rounds, where the answer to one problem is necessary to solve the next problem
- A super relay, a relay round where each team submits one answer
Resources
Books
There are four books of past ARML problems, though some of them are out of print and/or hard to find.