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Mathematical Reflections: The First Two Years
Edited by: Titu Andreescu, University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX
A publication of XYZ Press.
XYZ Series
2011; 619 pp; hardcover
Volume: 10
ISBN-10: 0-9799269-2-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-9799269-2-1
List Price: US$69.95
Member Price: US$55.96
Order Code: XYZ/10
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This book is aimed at high school students, participants in math competitions, undergraduates, as well as anyone who has a fire for mathematics. Many of the problems, solutions, and articles were submitted by passionate readers. They require creativity, experience, and comprehensive mathematical knowledge. The junior section features introductory problems. The senior and Olympiad sections are for students preparing for USAMO or the IMO. The graduate section offers college students a unique opportunity to solve non-routine problems in areas such as linear algebra, calculus, or graph theory.

A publication of XYZ Press. Distributed in North America by the American Mathematical Society.


High school students, participants in mathematics competitions, and undergraduates.


"Mathematical Reflections: the first two years, is an excellent book for anyone who has a passion for mathematics and has some background in problem solving. The first two sections provide a compilation of well-selected, elegant problems from all around the world with thoroughly explained solutions. This large spectrum of problems gives the reader a deep satisfaction upon working through them and learning different techniques. In the third section, the author assembled a collection of over thirty articles on fairly advanced topics that will surely benefit any reader interested in advanced mathematics. With the seemingly endless amount of problems, the reader is guaranteed to find pleasure in this book, provided that he dedicates reasonable amount of time for it."

-- Dimitar Grantcharov

Table of Contents

  • Problems
  • Solutions
  • Articles
  • Problem author index
  • Article author index
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