Nineteenth Colorado Mathematical Olympiad: April 19, 2002

  • Alexander Soifer


The nineteenth Colorado Mathematical Olympiad (CMO-2002) took place on April 19, 2002, the day before the third anniversary of the Columbine tragedy. It brought together 614 middle and high school students (a 28% increase from the previous year). Contestants came from all over Colorado: Agate, Aurora, Benett, Black Forest, Brighton, Canon City, Cascade, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Deer Trail, Denver, Dinosaur, Divide, Englewood, Falcon, Fort Collins, Fort Lupton, Fort Morgan, Fountain, Fowler, Las Animas, Littleton, Luatkins, Manitou Springs, Monument, Pueblo, Rangely, Weldona, Widefield, andWoodland Park. The organizers were unable to explain how kids from Bagg, Wyoming, slipped into the competition :-).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Letters, Arts and SciencesUniversity of Colorado at Colorado SpringsColorado SpringsUSA

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