Deriving Taylor Series using Non-Calculus Methods
14 October 2015
Note: In this paper, taking limits is not considered calculus. Also, for purposes of
simplicity, we are assuming that the Taylor series exist (for certain values of x, that is)
The Perpendicularity Lemma
droid347 and yojan sushi
September 2, 2015
In this note, we introduce the Perpendicularity Lemma, a simple result that, when applied, can reduce
quite a few complex olympiad geometry problems to mere computations. Credi
Two New Proofs of Leibnizs .
The 2015 WOOTer
Two New Proofs of Leibnizs Inequality
The 2015 WOOTer
First Proof: Sums of Squares of Distances
A Quick Theorem
The first proof utilizes the following fact:
Theorem 1.1. In the Cartesian pla
100 Geometry Problems: Bridging the Gap from AIME to USAMO
August 3, 2014
This is a collection of one-hundred geometry problems from all around the globe designed for bridging the
gap between computational geometry and proof geometr
2015 AoPS Mathematical Olympiad
May 23, 2015
Welcome to the 2015 AoPSMO! Before you start the test, here are a few things you need to know:
1. You have 3 hours total to take the test in.
2. Please submit your solutions through PM.
3. Solutions will
AIME Counting Problems
[85-5] A sequence of integers a1, a2, a3, is chosen so that an = an-1 an-2 for each n 3.
What is the sum of the first 2001 terms of this sequence if the sum of the first 1492 terms
is 1985, and the sum of the first 1985 terms is
Secondary School Admission Test Score Report
Date of Birth
22 Jul 2004
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The Test You Took
15 Oct 2016
Educational materials developed through the Howard County History Labs Program, a partnership between the Howard County Public School
System and the UMBC Center for History Education.
Historical Thinking Skills Assessed: Close Reading, Cor