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− | + | Math101010 joined AoPS on March 7, 2015, shortly after the new community was released. The March 1, 2015 join date in his profile is an error. Note: The only reason that this actually has content is because Kline reported Math101010 for having a "spammy" user page. | |

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+ | ==Mathematics== | ||

+ | Math101010 enjoys doing mathematics very much. Once, he insisted on doing math instead of spending time with this family. Except he's not all that great at math. Math101010 likes assuming his own gender and referring to himself in third person. | ||

+ | ===School System=== | ||

+ | He is taking Prealgebra. | ||

+ | ===On AoPS=== | ||

+ | He started the classes Intro to Geometry in March, Intermediate Algebra in June, and AMC 10 problem series in October 2015. He took all intermediate classes by the end of 2016, and just finished calculus in April 2017. | ||

+ | ===Contests=== | ||

+ | In 2015, he scored a rating of 21 in state MATHCOUNTS. He scored a 94.5 in the AMC 10 competition, where he was trolled by the MAA. ([[2015 AMC 10A Problems/Problem 14]]) | ||

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+ | In 2016, he scored a 115.5 on the AMC 10A and 100.5 on the AMC 10B. He qualified for the AIME through the A contest, where he scored a 5. He still hopes to qualify for National MATHCOUNTS. He went to ARML, and got a 2 on the individual round, which was <math>\frac16</math> of his team's total score. | ||

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+ | In 2017, he scored a 120 on the AMC 10A and a 9 on the AIME I. He refuses to talk about the AMC 10B. He completely bombed MATHCOUNTS this year. He got a 6 on the ARML individual round. | ||

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+ | ==Goals in Mathematics== | ||

+ | He hopes to qualify for the USA(J)MO someday. For competitions, he hopes to score at least 132 on the AMC 10 and at least 10 on the AIME. He believes this can be done by taking WOOT, but his parents think it is too expensive and too hard. To date (4/20/2017), Math101010 has never solved a USA(J)MO problem without assistance, but hopes to be able to do so soon. | ||

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+ | ==Non-mathematics== | ||

+ | Math101010 officially has no life. | ||

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+ | ==See also== | ||

+ | [[2015 AMC 10A Problems/Problem 14]] | ||

+ | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbcEOD2rRxs | ||

+ | https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c116925 |

## Latest revision as of 02:04, 2 November 2019

Math101010 joined AoPS on March 7, 2015, shortly after the new community was released. The March 1, 2015 join date in his profile is an error. Note: The only reason that this actually has content is because Kline reported Math101010 for having a "spammy" user page.

## Contents

## Mathematics

Math101010 enjoys doing mathematics very much. Once, he insisted on doing math instead of spending time with this family. Except he's not all that great at math. Math101010 likes assuming his own gender and referring to himself in third person.

### School System

He is taking Prealgebra.

### On AoPS

He started the classes Intro to Geometry in March, Intermediate Algebra in June, and AMC 10 problem series in October 2015. He took all intermediate classes by the end of 2016, and just finished calculus in April 2017.

### Contests

In 2015, he scored a rating of 21 in state MATHCOUNTS. He scored a 94.5 in the AMC 10 competition, where he was trolled by the MAA. (2015 AMC 10A Problems/Problem 14)

In 2016, he scored a 115.5 on the AMC 10A and 100.5 on the AMC 10B. He qualified for the AIME through the A contest, where he scored a 5. He still hopes to qualify for National MATHCOUNTS. He went to ARML, and got a 2 on the individual round, which was of his team's total score.

In 2017, he scored a 120 on the AMC 10A and a 9 on the AIME I. He refuses to talk about the AMC 10B. He completely bombed MATHCOUNTS this year. He got a 6 on the ARML individual round.

## Goals in Mathematics

He hopes to qualify for the USA(J)MO someday. For competitions, he hopes to score at least 132 on the AMC 10 and at least 10 on the AIME. He believes this can be done by taking WOOT, but his parents think it is too expensive and too hard. To date (4/20/2017), Math101010 has never solved a USA(J)MO problem without assistance, but hopes to be able to do so soon.

## Non-mathematics

Math101010 officially has no life.

## See also

2015 AMC 10A Problems/Problem 14 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbcEOD2rRxs https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c116925