International Mathematics
Tournament of the Towns,
Book 1: 1980-1984

by Peter J. Taylor

The International Mathematics Tournament of Towns is a problem solving competition in which teams from different cities are handicapped according to the population of the city. Ranking only behind the International Mathematical Olympiad, the competition had its origins in Eastern Europe (as did the Olympiad) but is now open to cities throughout the world.

This book contains a unique record of the problems and solutions of the Tournament in its earliest years. They have been translated from the Russian, with solutions composed in English by an international panel of mathematicians which includes Dmitry Fomin of Russia, Andy Liu of Canada, and Jordan Tabov of Bulgaria.

Excerpts from the book (tbs)

  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Table of Contents
  • Sample page of problems (pdf)
  • Sample page of solutions (pdf)
114 pages
5 3/4" x 8 1/4"
order number: 1-50251-000-5
ACN 058 370 559
publisher: AMT Publishing

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