Competition Math for Middle School tackles difficult topics in mathematics not usually taught in middle school.

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“I wish I had a book like this when I started my competition career.”
Four-Time National Champion MATHCOUNTS coach Jeff Boyd

“This book is full of juicy questions and ideas that will enable the reader to excel in MATHCOUNTS and AMC competitions.  I recommend it to any students who aspire to be great problem solvers.” 
Former American High School Math Exam Committee Chairman Harold Reiter

"Thank you for writing the book on the competitive math for middle school.  My son and I both enjoy it.  A lot of the solutions are quite ingenious and frankly, quite enjoyable."
Happy Parent

“A wonderful collection for beginning problem solvers that shows why we need more teachers like Jason Batterson.” 
Art of Problem Solving Founder Richard Rusczyk

"I have just received a copy of your book and my son loves it.  Thanks for providing a great resource for motivated math students.  The problems are carefully selected and cover a range of difficulty level from beginner to advanced.  We ordered from CreateSpace and it took less than a week to arrive." 
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Written for the gifted math student, the new math coach, the teacher in search of problems and materials to challenge exceptional students, or anyone else interested in advanced mathematical problems like those found in the nation’s major national math competitions, Competition Math contains over 700 examples and problems in the areas of Algebra, Counting, Probability, Number Theory, and Geometry.

Examples and full solutions present clear concepts and provide helpful tips and tricks used by many of the nation’s top middle-school students.

Look Inside!

Printable Answer Sheets for all five chapters. 
Print and use these pages to keep track of your answers.

Some great resources from my own bookshelf at home:

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