TORONTO, June 6, 2013 /CNW/ - The Fields Institute's Toronto Math
Circles team placed first in Division B of the American Regions
Mathematics League (ARML) Competition. This was the first ARML
Competition for the team.
More than 2200 students from across North America took part in the
competition, which was held May 31 and June 1, 2013 at four locations
in the United States. Fields' team, made up of fifteen Math Circles
students, participated in four different types of competitions: team
problems, a full-solution round, an individual round, and relay rounds.
Toronto Math Circles will return to ARML in Division A next year,
building on this year's success.
Toronto Math Circles is run at the Fields Institute from September to
June each year. The program brings together bright students from all
over the city, giving them a place where they learn mathematics, meet
like-minded people, and have fun. Math Circles is sponsored by the
Fields Institute and ANGOSS Software Corporation.
SOURCE: The Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences
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Communications Officer, The Fields Institute
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