Art of Problem Solving
Art of Problem Solving (AoPS) is an educational resources company founded by Richard Rusczyk in 2003.
Tradition of Excellence
The accomplishments of every student are unique, and there is no way to measure that success. However, we try to record and celebrate achievements of AoPS students, faculty, and community members.
Resources on AoPS
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AoPS subject texts provide instruction to excellent students of mathematics. This modern curriculum is both comprehensive and challenging enough for brilliant young mathematical minds.
Problem solving books
The original Art of Problem Solving books cover a variety of topics of interest to top students of mathematics.
Other math books
AoPS Online School
The AoPS Online School hosts math classes primarily for bright middle and high school students. Students of the online math school include winners of nearly every major mathematics competition in the U.S.
The AoPS Forums are a place where students and problem solvers of all ages can discuss mathematics and problem solving. Visit AoPSWiki:AoPS forums for more details.
AoPS For The Win
Math contest problem database
AoPS members help organize a large and well-organized <url>resources.php list of problems and solutions</url> from mathematics competitions all over the world.
AoPS resources include numerous very good articles for students, parents, and teachers.
Many of the features of the Art of Problem Solving website are made available for free so that every student interested in mathematics can use them.
Additionally, AoPS instructors provide hundreds of hours of teaching and support time for the San Diego Math Circle.
The Art of Problem Solving Foundation is a nonprofit corporation founded by AoPS CEO Richard Rusczyk with largely the same fundamental mission as AoPS itself, but with greater focus on providing educational resources where they are lacking. AoPS donates a portion of its book and class sales to the foundation. A link can be found here. Make sure it is .org if you want to see the foundation website, otherwise, you'll see the homepage of the current website you're on.