Math Challenge home page2018/2019The Math Challenge Program is a series of math problems published every other week on this website and the Audubon PTSA eNews. The purpose of the program is to engage students in math problems that apply classroom knowledge but move beyond rote skills to wordbased problems typically found in higherlevel math. Families are encouraged to solve the problems with the students. For questions contact Lior Shapira

General InformationThe first math challenge will be available 9/21/2018. There will be a total of 15 math challenges throughout the year. If you submit (and answer enough questions) at least 12 math challenges you will be entitled to a certificate and prize at the end of the year. The schedule for the math challenges is available here (a partial schedule can be seen below in the 'Math Challenges' section) Anonymized participation/winner list [updated 152019 with MC6 results] SubmissionThis year you can submit in one of three ways
Late submissions will not be accepted.
Math ChallengesMath Challenge 7 "Numberes and Digits"Math Challenge 7 is available and should be submitted by 1/11/19
... Solve online Math Challenge 6 "All Things Winter"Math Challenge 6 is complete
Math Challenge 5 "MultiSteps"Math Challenge 5 is done, results available soon.
Math Challenge 4 "Games anyone?"Submissions for MC4 were closed November 8th 2018. We won't have digital submission this time, only physical submission. But don't worry, digital submission will resume with MC5. ... Download PDF Math Challenge 3 "All Things Fall"Math challenge available (October 19th), submitted October 25th. ... Download PDF Math Challenge 2 "Patterns"Math challenge available 10/5/2018 to be submitted by 10/11/2018 ... Download PDF Math Challenge 1 "Working Backward"Math challenge available 9/21/2018 submitted by 9/27/2018 ... Download PDF We're trying something new, following is a PDF with an anonymized list of all students, and whether they participated (and perhaps won a prize) in MC1. Each student's name has been Shorted to AbcXyz where Abc is the first three letters of family name, and Xyz first three letters of given name. For example Einstein, Albert will become EinAlb. I also removed grade, but kept the family name of the teacher. If there's a P next to the student then he submitted MC1, if there's a W then they were randomly selected to receive a prize: Frequently Asked QuestionsHow many math challenges will there be? how many must I complete? There will be a total of fifteen challenges. You don't "have" to complete any, but if you complete twelve (and answer enough correct questions in each), you'll get a certificate at the end of the year How do you determine the winners in each math challenge? In most math challenges we randomly select ~20 students from the participants who answered enough questions correctly. Those students receive a small prize and usually have their names called out over the PA system. Some challenges (see schedule) are holiday challenges in which everyone who answered correctly is a winner. Do students of different grades get different challenges? No. All students K5th get the same challenge. However every two grades need to answer a different number of questions, which ramp up in difficulty as you progress. Can you explain how to submit the math challenge? In previous years you had to physically submit the challenge on the due date, into the yellow box in the main office. This year we're adding two online options which we're hoping will make it easier:

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