** Weekly Math Problems for High School Students **

This page is for high school students who love mathematics! Here you will find a new and intriguing math problem posted every week with the solution revealed the following week. These problems come directly from the curriculum of the math high schools in Eastern Europe and will help students better prepare for their college level university, science, and economics courses as well as for future careers in STEM and economics related fields. These problems are also suitable for students who are preparing for math competitions. Welcome and enjoy!

If you have enjoyed doing these problems and would like to meet other students who share your interest in mathematics and do problems with them, consider signing up for the following Summer Math Program for High School students.

** 2017 **

** Week 1: Solving Equations **

** Week 2: Arithmetic Progressions **

** Week 3: Arithmetic Progressions **

** Week 4: Parametric Equations **

** Week 5: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions **

** Week 6: Parametric Equations and Arithmetic Progressions**

** Week 7: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions and Solving Equations**

** Week 8: Solving Algebraic Equations**

** Week 9: Proving Algebraic Inequalities**

** Week 10: Trigonometric Equations **

** Week 11: Optimization Problems **

** Week 12: Solving Algebraic Inequalities **

** Week 13: Solving Algebraic Inequalities **

** Week 14: Optimization Problems **

** Week 15: Optimization Problems **

** Week 16: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions **

** Week 17: Arithmetic Progressions **

** Week 18: Parametric Quadratic Polynomials **

** Week 19: Geometric Progressions **

** Week 20: Optimization Problems **

** Week 21: Arithmetic Progressions **

** Week 22: Solving Algebraic Equations **

** Week 23: Quadratic Equations **

** Week 24: Quadratic Functions **

** Week 25: Quadratic Equations **

** Week 26: Arithmetic Progressions **

** Week 27: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions **

** Week 28: Quadratic Functions **

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This page is maintained by Ivana Alexandrova, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the State University of New York, Albany.