**COMPETITION MATH TRAINING**-**HS MATHEMATICS (Teacher is International Math Olympiad medalist.)**(Click to Watch Open House Demo)

Every Sunday at 5-6:30 PM EST

__Course Description:__This course is designed for high school students who wish to compete in AMC 10 or AMC 12. Students are required to have some background in math competitions or mathematical problem solving. The course is divided intro 4 terms, covering Algebra, Geometry, Number Theory and Combinatorics. This course will not only teach you prerequisite knowledge needed for AMC 10-12, but also, it will build your problem-solving skills and creativity. Classes will be problem-based, with students actively suggesting and sharing ideas to solve the problems together. Each term ends with a special AMC-problems class on that area, where the students will be given tips/shortcuts on how to be both fast and precise on the AMC.

**Art of Problem Solving Intermediate Algebra, Art of Problem Solving Introduction to Geometry, Art of Problem Solving Introduction to Number Theory, Art of Problem Solving Intermediate Counting and Probability**

__Textbooks:__**After every class, 10 problems will be assigned for homework. The solutions must be written down, scanned and submitted before next Tuesday 11:59 PM EST. Feedback will be given on the homework assignments.**

__Homework:__

__Course Outline:__Term 1: Algebra

Book: Art of Problem Solving Intermediate Algebra by Richard Rusczyk

Week 1: Basic Techniques for Solving Equations

Week 2: Functions Review

Week 3: Complex Numbers 1

Week 4: Complex Numbers 2

Week 5: Quadratics 1

Week 6: Quadratics 2

Week 7: AMC Review

Term 2: Geometry

Book: Art of Problem Solving Introduction to Geometry by Richard Rusczyk

Week 1: Polygons

Week 2: Power of a Point

Week 3: Curves Surfaces

Week 4: Transformations

Week 5: Analytic Geometry

Week 6: Introduction to Trigonometry

Week 7: AMC Review

Term 3: Number Theory

Book: Art of Problem Solving Introduction to Number Theory by Mathew Crawford

Week 1: Divisor Problems

Week 2: Special Numbers

Week 3: Introduction to Modular Arithmetic

Week 4: Divisibility Rules

Week 5: Linear Congruences

Week 6: Number Sense

Week 7: AMC Review

Term 4: Combinatorics

Book: Art of Problem Solving Intermediate to Counting and Probability by David Patrick

Week 1: Review of Counting

Week 2: Review of Probability

Week 3: A Piece of PIE

Week 4: Constructive Counting and 1-1 Correspondences

Week 5: Harder 1-1 Correspondences

Week 6: The Pigeonhole Principle

Week 7: AMC Review

**Introduction of Teacher:**Coach Harun, a second-year Imperial College London Mathematics student. he has tutored math class of AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12, and also Fun Math for Elementary students.

As an IMO 2019 Bronze medalist and two-time Honorable Mention Award Recipient at the International Mathematical Olympiad, the teacher's passion for competition math propels interesting, engaging lessons while fostering a fun and fascinating learning environment. Truly there are many ways to solve problems; therefore, the teacher employs unique teaching strategies to encourage students to provide their creative input. As a student in many online Olympiad math courses, the teacher inherited effective teaching strategies into this course