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The '''Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament''', usually abbreviated HMMT, is a [[math competition]] for high school students organized by students at [[Harvard University]] and the [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]] (MIT) each winter. It has been running since 1998. The contest takes place alternatively at Harvard or MIT each year.
  
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The contest consists of four individual rounds, Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, and Combinatorics, of which each participant chooses two. Teams then get together for a 1-hour Team Round, and finally the ultimate Guts Round.
  
The '''Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament''', usually abbreviated HMMT, is a [[math competition]] for high school students organized by students at [[Harvard University]] and the [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]] (MIT) each winter.
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On February 24, 2007, the tenth annual HMMT was held, with over 700 participants.  
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
[http://web.mit.edu/hmmt/ Official HMMT Website]
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*[http://web.mit.edu/hmmt/ Official HMMT Website]
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**[http://web.mit.edu/hmmt/www/datafiles/problems/ Past Problems]
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**[http://web.mit.edu/hmmt/www/datafiles/results/ Results of Past Competitions]
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[[Category:Mathematics competitions]]
 
[[Category:Mathematics competitions]]

Revision as of 12:02, 27 September 2007

The Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament, usually abbreviated HMMT, is a math competition for high school students organized by students at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) each winter. It has been running since 1998. The contest takes place alternatively at Harvard or MIT each year.

The contest consists of four individual rounds, Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, and Combinatorics, of which each participant chooses two. Teams then get together for a 1-hour Team Round, and finally the ultimate Guts Round.

On February 24, 2007, the tenth annual HMMT was held, with over 700 participants.

See also

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