A Math Forum Publication

Problems of the Week Book, Volume 1

We are proud to announce that our first volume of the Problems of the Week is on sale at the Math Forum.

Drawn from the 1999-2000 school year, the Problems of the Week, Volume 1 book has a section for each of the six Problems of the Week: Elementary, Middle School, Algebra, Geometry, Trig/Calculus, and Discrete Math.

Each section has:

  • a table of contents with annotations
  • twenty problems in print-ready format
  • an answer key with URLs pointing to the full archived answer on the Math Forum site.

Packaged in a three-hole binder with introductory pages, the book is available for $20.00 (including sales tax) plus $5.00 shipping and handling.

Here is a sample page available in PDF format:

Problem Sample
Answer Sample

Note: To open PDF files use Adobe Acrobat Reader, available free from Adobe:

For your information:

How do I order a book?

Send your:
        name
        mailing address
        check or money order made out to The Math Forum

Where do I send my order?

Please use the address:
        The Math Forum
        PoW Book
        3210 Cherry Street
        Philadelphia, PA 19104

If I buy multiple copies of the book, what are the shipping/handling charges?

Please contact us because it is possible that the charges would be less.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept personal checks or money orders made out to The Math Forum.

When will I receive my book?

It should arrive within three weeks. You may wish to have it sent to your home address if your school year is nearing a close.

If I have a question, who should I ask?

Please send your questions to powbook@mathforum.org.

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