University of Michigan
Undergraduate Mathematics
Competition
(or
(UM)^{2}C^{31} for short)
(UM)^{2}C^{31 }will take place on Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 1 4pm in East Hall room B844.
Please stop by the Math Undergraduate Office to register by March 26th.
The flyer can be found here.
The University
of Michigan organizes every year a mathematics competition for undergraduate
students. Usually this competition takes place around the beginning
of April. The test consists typically of 10 mathematical problems.
The students should solve (with proofs!) as many questions as possible
within three hours. The difficulty of the problems may vary from easy
to extremely hard, but on average they are quite hard. The problems
are contributed by department members. Cash prizes are awarded to
the top students! Students who want to participate should sign up
before the exam in the Undergraduate Office (2084 East Hall).
