The Stanford Math Tournament (SMT) is an annual math competition for high school students.
The 2013 Stanford Math Tournament was held on Saturday, February 2, 2013. Thanks to everyone involved! The results and the problems and solutions are available. More detailed analysis of the results will be posted in the next few weeks.
We highly value your feedback. Your comments and suggestions are very important in helping us improve the tournament. If you have any feedback, please let us know in our feedback survey, or email us at email@example.com.
We would like to thank everyone who helped run the tournament. If you're a Stanford student and would like to help run SMT, either on the day of the contest or beforehand, please contact the SMT coordinators (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support.
If you did not stay until the end of awards and would like us to email you your results or mail you your packet containing your tests, please email the SMT coordinators (email@example.com).
Subscribe to the SMT mailing list to receive announcements about SMT. Please email the SMT coordinators (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or comments about the tournament.
The Stanford Math Tournament (SMT) is an annual student-run math competition for high school students held at Stanford University. SMT aims to encourage interest in math by providing students an opportunity to work on fun and challenging problems and to meet other students interested in math. The tournament brings together students from around the country, and even across the world, for a day of interesting problems and mathematical fellowship. SMT is run by Stanford students in collaboration with Rice University, Johns Hopkins University, Iowa State University, and the University of Iowa.
For detailed information about the tournament, see our rules page and our answers to frequently asked questions.
The first Stanford Math Tournament was held in 1999 in conjunction with the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament. The format of the contest is based on the Rice Math Tournament, which has been running since 1981.
We highly value your feedback on SMT. Your comments and suggestions are very important in helping us improve the tournament. If you have any feedback, please fill out our feedback survey for SMT 2013, or email us at email@example.com.
The solutions to the tests are mostly correct, but by no means perfect. If you find an undiscovered error or a significantly more elegant solution, we would be happy to fix the error or publish the new solution, with acknowledgement. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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