Important Links

Math related websites:


Math Olympiad problem solving community:

Here you can find the links of the websites which are very good for the problem solvers and Math Olympiad contestants.

1.     http://matholympiad.org.bd/forum

BdMO Online Forum: A great community of problem solver and a wealth of resource for the students, and problem solvers of Bangladesh. It is the very online math forum of Bangladesh with equation writing (LaTeX) support. If you are participating BdMO or serious about problem solving this website is a must-join for you!

2.    http://www.mathlinks.ro/

Mathlinks: An extraordinary website and online forum for the mathematical problem solvers around the world. It has more than 200,000 topics and 50,000 members. Different types of problems, ranging from middle school to graduate level is discussed and solved here.

2.      http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/index.php

AOPS: It is a sister site of Mathlinks. The forums of AOPS and Mathlinks are nothing but the same forum with different skin.

3.      http://groups.yahoo.com/groups/math_club

Math Club: It is a virtual math club for the Bangladeshi students. Everyone is welcome to ask their own question and discuss problems here.

4.      http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewforum.php?f=456

PEN: This is a very good website for number theory problems. Now, it is also a part of Mathlinks.



Math Circles and Lecture notes of Olympiad Training:

1.    http://sites.google.com/site/imocanada/2010-summer-camp

You can get the problem sets and training notes of Canadian IMO training here.

2.    http://www.nzamt.org.nz/nzimo/

You can get the problem sets and training notes of New Zealand IMO training here.

3.    http://math.ucalgary.ca/~atang/mathcircles/

Website of Calgary Math Circles. You can get some nice articles and problemsets here.

4.    http://web.mit.edu/yufeiz/www/olympiad.html

Olympiad training notes written by Yufei Zhao. Some excellent notes on geometry and combinatorics are available.

5.    http://www.math.cmu.edu/~ploh/olympiad.shtml

Olympiad training notes by Po-Shen Loh.

6.    http://web.mit.edu/rwbarton/Public/mop/

Olympiad training notes by Reid Burton.

7.      http://mathcircle.berkeley.edu/

Website of Berkley math circle. Some nice articles and tutorials are available here.



Journals:

1.      http://reflections.awesomemath.org/

Mathematical Reflections: An excellent journal for problem solvers. It is a must read online journal for every problem solver. It is edited by the legendary math Olympiad trainer, Dr. Titu Andreescu !

2.      http://www.math.ust.hk/excalibur/

Mathematical Excalibur: Another awesome journal for young problem solvers.

3.      http://journals.cms.math.ca/CRUX/

Crux Mathematicorum: This is a journal for the problem solvers of every age.

4.      http://forumgeom.fau.edu/

Forum Geometricorum: This is a world famous journal for geometers.



Books and Resources:

1.      http://www.cut-the-knot.org/geometry.shtml

Geometry portal of Cut-the-knot: You can find the theorems and problems of geometry with interactive java applets.

2.      http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Resources/AoPS_R_Articles.php

Article in AOPS: AOPS host some high quality articles on number theory, geometry, inequality and problem solving.

3.      http://www.imo.org.yu/

IMO compendium: The website of the book “IMO compendium”. This website has a lot of training materials and resources.

4.      http://www.mathlinks.ro/resources.php

Mathlinks resource: It is a very large archive of the problems of different math Olympiads around the world. Most importantly, you can find the solutions of almost all the problems of this achieve and discuss them in the forum.

5.       http://olympiads.win.tue.nl/imo/books.html

An extensive list of highly recommended books on problem solving.

6.      http://eng.mathdb.org/

Mathematical database: An archive of articles on problem solving.

7.      http://de.geocities.com/darij_grinberg/Links.html

The link achieve of Darij Grinberg: Here one can find a lot more links. But, these links are especially for Geometry topics.

8.      http://www.ajorza.org/

Problem column and wiki on problem solving, edited by A. Jorza.

9.  http://www.mit.edu/~ibaran/kseg.html

KSEG: An open –source software for drawing dynamic geometric figures.



Official website of the Math Olympiads:

1.      http://www.imo-official.org/

IMO: The official website of International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).

2.      http://www.kms.or.kr/competitions/apmo/

APMO: The official website of Asian Pacific Mathematics Olympiad (APMO)

3.      http://www.unl.edu/amc/e-exams/e8-usamo/usamo.shtml

USAMO: The official website of United States of America Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO). Problems of previous USAMO,AIME,MOSP are available here.

4.      http://www.matholympiad.org.bd/

BdMO: The official website of Bangladesh Mathematical Olympiad(BdMO).



Pages of Olympiad Personalities:

1.      http://www.stud.uni-muenchen.de/~darij.grinberg/

Website of Darij Grinberg.

2.    http://www-math.mit.edu/~kedlaya/geometryunbound/

Website of K. Kedlaya. You can find the book “Geometry unbound” here.



 Reference and Theorem:

        These websites are excellent for citing reference and learning theorems.

1.      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Mathematics

Wikipedia math portal: Wikipedia is not only the biggest encyclopedia but also is the largest reference for the mathematical theorems, formulas and their proofs.

2.      http://www.cut-the-knot.org/index.shtml

Cut the knot: This website is aimed at inspiring young people who are interested in math. Its geometry section is very rich.

3.      http://mathworld.wolfram.com/

Wolfram Mathworld: This website is good for learning theorems.

4.      http://planetmath.org/

Planetmath: Another very good encyclopedia of mathematics.

5.      http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki/index.php/Main_Page

AOPS wiki: The wiki page of AOPS community.



Help on LaTeX:

 is a typesetting system which is specially designed for writing mathematical equations and symbols.

1.      http://www.latex-project.org/

Homepage of LaTeX project.

2.      http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki/index.php/LaTeX:About

AOPS page on latex. It is very helpful for the beginners.

3.      http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX

Wikibook on latex: An excellent book on latex.


*Please let me know if you think that some very good links are missing from this list.
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