California Math Contest

Does anyone have the California Math Contest for high school from California Math League ? It supposes to be in 14th this month but my school had spring break. If you guys gonna take it, please post it here or send the problems to

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quanghocConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Man, it's already done. Here:
1. Find the black square in the checkerboard 9x9. ANS = 41
2. Find Maximum m:
(1-Pi)(2-Pi)(3-Pi)(4-Pi)m>0. ANS = -1
3. Find k which ... something cannot remmember but ANS = 8/9
4. Find the circum. of a circle around Trig. 10,10,12. ANS = 12.5Pi
5. N/A. ANS = 1998
6. N/A. ANS = 13
Test dates vary by grade level. I think these references will help you:
The Math League has Math Contests for Grades 4 through 8, High School Students, and Algebra 1 students. Over 1 million students from the United States and Canada participate in Math League Contests each year. Every contest has questions from different areas of mathematics. The goal is to encourage student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems

See contest dates in referenced htm.
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Check the Math League Score Reports for the Math League Contests in your state to see if your High School participates Schools are listed by County (or Province if you live in Canada).
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ZeusGodAuthor Commented:
But actually I just want the problem for Aptril 14,2000 in High School. That's it. If anyone is in High School now, please send to me.
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