The American Mathematical Monthly publishes articles, notes, and other features about mathematics and the profession. Its readers span a broad spectrum of mathematical interests and abilities. Authors are

invited to submit articles and notes that bring interesting mathematical ideas to a wide audience of Monthly readers.

Submission of articles and notes is required via The Monthly's Editorial Manager System. Upload initial submissions in pdf or LaTeX form at http://www.editorialmanager.com/monthly. By submitting a paper to the Monthly, the author asserts that it has not been previously published nor is it currently under consideration for publication at another journal. Review the Guidelines for Authors before submitting to this journal.

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Problems and Solutions

Correspondents with limited access to the internet may submit their problem or solution to the attention of Dr. Daniel Ullman, Problems Editor, Department of Mathematics, George Washington University, 801 22 nd St NW, Room 720F Washington, DC 20052. Please note that physical manuscripts are not the preferred method of submission, and correspondents are encouraged to submit their problem or solution electronically if possible.

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The College Mathematics Journal is designed to enhance classroom learning and stimulate thinking regarding undergraduate mathematics. It publishes articles, short Classroom Capsules, problems, solutions, media reviews and other pieces. All are aimed at the college mathematics curriculum with emphasis on topics taught in the first two years.

Submissions of articles and Classroom Capsules are required via the *CMJ’*s Editorial Manager System. The name(s) of the author(s) should not appear in the file. Initial submissions in pdf or LaTeX form can be sent to the editor at www.editorialmanager.com/collmathj/. By submitting a paper to the College Mathematics Journal, the author asserts that it has not been previously published nor is it currently under consideration for publication at another journal. Review the Guidelines for Authors before submitting to this journal.

Classroom Capsules should be through Editorial Manager.

Proposed problems should be sent to Jerzy Wojdylo, and solutions should be sent to Chip Curtis.

Media Highlights should be sent to Warren Page.

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Problems and Solutions

Proposed problems should be sent to Jerzy Wojdylo, and solutions should be sent to Chip Curtis.

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Mathematics Magazine offers lively, readable, and appealing exposition on a wide range of mathematical topics.

Submissions of articles are required via the *Mathematics Magazine*’s Editorial Manager System. The name(s) of the author(s) should not appear in the file. Initial submissions in pdf or LaTeX form can be sent to the editor at www.editorialmanager.com/mathmag/. By submitting a paper to Mathematics Magazine, the author asserts that it has not been previously published nor is it currently under consideration for publication at another journal. Review the Guidelines for Authors before submitting to this journal.

The Editorial Manager System will cue the author for all required information concerning the paper. Questions concerning submission of papers can be addressed to the editor at mathmag@maa.org. Authors who use LaTeX are urged to use the Magazine article template. However, a LaTeX file that uses a generic article class with no custom formatting is acceptable.

**Abstracts: **Once an article has been accepted for publication an abstract must be provided. An abstract summarizes the principal techniques and conclusions of the manuscript. Because the abstract must be able to stand independently, mathematical formulas and bibliographic references should be kept to a minimum.

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Problems and Solutions

Authors of proposals and solutions should send their contributions using the Magazine’s submissions system hosted at http://mathematicsmagazine.submittable.com. More detailed instructions are available there. We encourage submissions in PDF format, ideally accompanied by LaTeX source. General inquiries to the editors should be sent to mathmagproblems@maa.org.

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Math Horizons is a vibrant and accessible forum for practitioners, students, educators, and enthusiasts of mathematics, dedicated to exploring the folklore, characters, and current happenings in mathematical culture.

Manuscripts may be submitted electronically to editor David Richeson (mathhorizons@maa.org). If submitting by mail, please send a hard copy to:

David Richeson

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Dickinson College

P.O. Box 1773

Carlisle, PA 17013-2896

Review the Guidelines for Authors before submitting to this magazine.

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Problems and Solutions

The Playground features problems for students at the undergraduate and (challenging) high school levels. Problems or solutions (including more elegant or extended solutions to Carousel problems) should be submitted to MHproblems@maa.org or MHsolutions@maa.org, respectively. Paper submissions may be sent to Glen Whitney, UCLA Math Dept., 520 Portola Plaza MS 6363, Los Angeles, CA 90095. Please include your name, email address, and school or institutional affiliation, and indicate if you are a student. If a problem has multiple parts, solutions for individual parts will be accepted. Unless otherwise stated, problems have been solved by their proposers.

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MAA FOCUS is the news magazine of the MAA. It contains information about MAA activities, news about mathematics and the mathematical community, and lively articles about interesting new (or sometimes not so new) ideas in mathematics, mathematics education, and related areas. It is published six times a year and is received by all members of the MAA.

The best way to submit your article or news item is as an email attachment. Send to maafocus@maa.org.

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MAA *Convergence* (where mathematics, history, and teaching converge!) publishes articles about the history of mathematics and its use in teaching. It is aimed at teachers of mathematics at both the secondary and collegiate levels. Preference is given to topics from grades 8-16 mathematics, with special emphasis on topics from grades 8-14: algebra, combinatorics, synthetic and analytic geometry, trigonometry, probability and statistics, elementary functions, calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra.

To submit to Convergence, email Janet Beery, Editor.

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MAA Reviews is the Association's online book review service and database, where you can find out what has been published, what is good, what books the MAA recommends for your library. All pages are open for user comments. Editor Fernando Gouvêa is always looking for new reviewers. Contact him at fqgouvea@colby.edu to volunteer to review a book or to make suggestions.

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