Iowa Collegiate Mathematics Competition

Results from 2007 ... 2006 ... 2005 ... 2004 ... 2003 ... 2002 ... 2001 ... 2000 ... 1999 ... 1998 ... 1997 ... 1996

The Iowa Collegiate Mathematics Competition is an annual problem-solving contest, sponsored by the Iowa Section of the Mathematical Association of America, in which teams of undergraduate students from Iowa colleges and universities are asked to solve problems in mathematics. Each team of three students is given three hours to prepare and submit written solutions to ten problems.

Grinnell College has participated in twelve of the thirteen Iowa Collegiate Mathematics Competitions and has earned the first prize in seven of them.

13th: at Grinnell College, March 10, 2007

12th: at Luther College, March 4, 2006

11th: at Iowa State University, April 16, 2005

10th: at Central College, April 17, 2004

9th: at the University of Northern Iowa, April 5, 2003

8th: at the University of Iowa, April 13, 2002

7th: at Iowa State University, March 31, 2001

6th: at Luther College, April 1, 2000

5th: at Grinnell College, March 13, 1999

4th: at Iowa State University, April 4, 1998

3rd: at Grinnell College, April 5, 1997

2nd: at Iowa State University, March 30, 1996

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