The Carnegie Mellon Math Club is proud to sponsor the 2007 Spring Problem
Contest. This contest is open to teams of two or three Carnegie Mellon
University undergraduates. The contest will last for five weeks, starting
March 28, with a one week hiatus for spring break.
During each of the five weeks, your team will work to solve a problem. The winning team will be the one with the best overall performance on the five problems. Reasoning and ingenuity will be required, but advanced mathematics will not be necessary to solve any problems. The problems may be drawn from any area of mathematics  geometry, probability, combinatorics, algebra, number theory and calculus are all fair game. Questions about the contest should be directed to Dr. Handron To Enter the contest, send a single email with the names of your team members to handron@andrew.cmu.edu. Please include the words "Problem Contest" in the subject line. 
Prize Money:$500 in prize money will be awarded to the three top teams as follows.

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